12 Vintage Crafts
Today I’ve rounded up 12 Amazing Vintage Crafts! All of these wonderful craft projects were created using Vintage Graphics from my site. Some were submitted by readers, some by friends and there’s even one that I made! I had so much fun putting this collection together, I hope these projects and DIY’s will help inspire you!
The first project is below.
We are starting out this weeks collection with a gorgeous Victorian Corset Tag that was shared by Paper Crafter 45…it uncludes an amazing video tutorial walking you through all of the steps too! I can hardly wait to share the 11 other gorgeous vintage craft projects with you in this collection, click on the hand to see the next one!
I made these fun Silhouette Knobs using Mod Podge and some fun girl and boy images from my site. I think they would add the perfect vintage touch to any piece of furniture or cabinets!
This fabulous DIY Painted Jar / Bottle was submitted by Dixie from Real Planz! I love that she shows how you can transform a simple glass container into something so stunning!
This beautiful homemade French Letter Postmark Tote was submitted by Suzanne who owns and runs the Etsy Shop, Summer Song Cottage. She makes amazing homemade items and this one is one of my favorites!
I just love these Circus Themed Mason Jars from Paula at Pollyanna Reinvents! She used several of my vintage circus images to give these mason jars a super fun circus theme!
This Eiffel Ornament is stunning! It was shared at one of my Brag Monday parties by Martha over at MJ Ornaments.
My friend Laura from Pet Scribbles submitted these cute Mini Trees With Birds Spool Craft. They remind me of spring, and I know we could all use a little bit of that!
This lovely French Lace Box was shared at one of my Brag Monday parties by Julia at Vintage With Laces! It’s so pretty and feminine!
I adore these beautiful Handmade Muslin Bags that were submitted by one of my readers, Sherry. How nice would it be to receive a gift in one of these?
These super cute Lace Ladies were submitted by Creative Carmelina…she uses them to store her lace! How clever and cute is that idea???
These Secret Garden Tea Party Invitations are so sweet! They were submitted by Christina at Penny Wise. I think the idea of a secret garden tea party is lovely!
I made this fun Phrenology Head Pin Cushion a few years back using the Citri-solv method! It’s a fun place to store extra needles for sure!
I really hope you enjoyed all these fabulous Vintage Craft Ideas!