Often mornings, after dropping the kids off at school, my friend Rose and I go for a nice long walk in town. We usually finish our walks with coffee and thrift stores. Today, at the thrift store, I scored some really cool antique camera film holders @ $4 each.It’s not that I collect old camera things per se, but I knew these beautiful wooden holders would make cool, industrial era frames for some of my vintage ephemera. (I did a search on ebay, there’s lots of these old frames out there.)Using sticky party-tack, I adhered the cards to the holders.Now, it’s just a matter of where and how to display them. The party-tack works great for me since I’m pretty non-committal with decor. I’ll change it up another time and tack on some of my old family photos and possibly add hinges to the frames to create a free-standing accordian piece.While I was digging through said ephemera, I scanned a few to share with you! Click on any to enlarge and keep for use in your projects, and have a wonderful weekend!I wish this could go without saying, but I’ll say it anyway, as there’s been a small issue with an Etsy seller: Please feel free to use these vintage images for crafts or whatever, whether you’re making personal items or making for items for sale. But please do not take these images that I offer for FREE and put them in your shop, online, or on disk for SALE. That would not be nice.
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