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Findings – Glenda’s World

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My second post for Findings where I create a paper craft from one of my free resource links in menu and button below for browsing.

This week’s feature is from Glenda’s World. Glenda is a 70 year old wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who lives in Missouri. Her site has a lot of nice free images, graphics, tutorials and a lot to browse. She also has an Etsy shop. Her site is not easy to navigate but on the bottom of the pages there is a list of all of the types of images offered.

The image downloads were a little off resolution, format and size wise but the one I chose printed fine as uploaded, just had to scale to fit 8.5×11″. It is a png file. All designs created by her are free for personal use but she has many other graphics and images that are possibly free for commercial use. 

I chose this scroll and roses background paper for my project. Link below.

I had this one page mini journal cover leftover from Valentine’s Day so I decided to use Glenda’s World scroll and roses background for my cover. This mini journal is 3.5×3.5″. Learn how to make it here.


Products used in this design:

451 French Vintage Labels created with French text only in a variety of styles, vintage wallpaper backgrounds and antique ephemera. Authentic antique labels designed from 1876 Philadelphia Type Foundry. Variety colors, pink, violet, blue, green, yellow, brown/tan, gray and sepia. Gray, black, color and sepia borders. Mix, match and layer, 2 pages mini labels and 3 pages collage ephemera images. On vintage paper, no ugly white edges when cutting. About 176 MB.


Found these lovely images on Glenda’s World for decoupage.

A beautiful aged image in old world graphics.

Let me know what you make on my Facebook page, I’d love to see it.



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