Normally I wouldn’t write about an Instagram giveaway on my blog, but because there’s SO MUCH in this art journal ephemera giveaway, I needed a place to list everything. 😉
(Plus I thought it would be nice for those of you who aren’t on Instagram a chance to win, too!)
I’m including (at least!) 65 pieces of art journal ephemera in the giveaway, maybe more if I find some extras that I feel will be a good fit. I’m planning on doing more art journal ephemera giveaways in the future, too — each with it’s own theme or feel.
The theme to this giveaway is Vintage… with smaller themes of birds and mushrooms. You can see some of the photos on Instagram, and more below.
But I wanted to make a general list of what is included, so here we go:
- postage stamps
- botanical stickers
- transparent images
- floral cutouts
- bits of a vintage handwritten note
- paint color samples
- new floral pattern sheets
- vintage maps
- cutout birds (from 1 1970’s book)
- 1915 Dictionary pages
- an old game board
- old fashioned school papers
- new mini envelope
- 1974 mushroom illustrations
- old Ledger paper
- blank old book pages
- vintage floral illustrations
- black and white photo
- 1960’s magazine cutout
- vintage astronomy book page
- vintage storybook illustrations
- and more!
As I mentioned before, almost everything included is vintage or vintage inspired for this giveaway.
Enter to win by following me on Instagram, and tagging a friend you think would enjoy winning this art journal ephemera giveaway! Each person you tag counts as one entry. This giveaway is open worldwide, but please note we are not responsible for any customs fees, duties or taxes.
PLEASE NOTE. Because of COVID 19, the USPS is not shipping to the countries listed here. If you happen to live in one of those countries and win the giveaway, your prize will be delayed until the USPS starts shipping to your country again. It’s a bummer, but you’ll get them eventually!
If you’re not on Instagram, you can also enter to win by commenting on this post below (a share on Pinterest or Facebook, etc. would be nice, too!)