New Designs!

Vintage Bear bookplates

Vintage Bear bookplates

I'm pretty excited about our new designs for Spring! This cheeky bear, above, is my favorite, I adore him. I've been working hard getting them all listed and looking pretty… here they are...

Butterfly Jungle bookplates

Butterfly Jungle bookplates

Vintage Train bookplates

Vintage Train bookplates

Humpty Dumpty bookplates

Humpty Dumpty bookplates

Vintage Circus bookplates

Vintage Circus bookplates

Sailor Girl bookplates

Sailor Girl bookplates

Vintage Dragon Bookplates

Vintage Dragon Bookplates

Baby's Birds Bookplates (Available in pink or blue text)

Baby's Birds Bookplates (Available in pink or blue text)

Cinderella bookplates

Cinderella bookplates

Isn't the illustration above, gorgeous? It comes from an lush, oversized, watercolor version of Cinderella, published in the mid-1930's. The perfect bookplate for a princess.

Naughty & Nice Christmas Gift Tags are here

You guys, I'm so excited about these gift tags! You know when you've been thinking about something for a long time and then it finally happens? I've been wanting to add gift cards to the shop for ages. Here they are!

They come as an instant high-resolution PDF download, and you can print as many as you like, for Christmases to come!

My favorite ones are the two disgruntled elves, perfect for the "naughty" folks in your life. :)

You can get them here. Shown along side the tags are some of my vintage Christmas treasures handed down from my Grandmother. The little santa head above is a salt shaker, isn't it the best?

New Bookplate Designs!

The Fairy & The Rose Vintage Bookplates

It's been a while since I've added new bookplate designs to the shop, and I'm very proud of these! They come from a gorgeous version of Aesop's Fables printed in 1919.

Vintage Frogs Bookplates

These first two designs took ages to complete, as the original illustrations weren't quite right for  a bookplate format, and age had taken its toll on the pictures.

Forest Friends Vintage Bookplates

Aren't they sweet? And just in time for holiday gift giving. How cute would these look peeking out of a Christmas stocking? :)