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Vintage Herbarium Papers

According to Wikipedia, a herbarium is a "collection of preserved plant specimens, sometimes with associated data used for scientific study. The specimens may be whole plants or plant parts; these will usually be in dried form mounted on a sheet of paper."

A few months ago I found an old herbarium, made by my husband, about 40 years ago. It immediately brought back memories of my childhood. We probably all made one in school, and some of you (including me) made one just for fun, to preserve sweet memories of beautiful summers or memorable moments. Pressing flowers is not only a wonderful way to preserve their beauty, they can also be used for a variety of purposes: you can use them to decorate cards, embellish candles, frame them and use them to create wall art, make paper... or you can use them on a scrapbook page!

These herbarium pages were created from my husbands herbarium. I carefully scanned them (they were so fragile) and edited them with a soft matte filter to turn them into unique scrapbook backgrounds. Don't you just love the incredibly real texture, the aged and yellowed tape, the faded colours?

You will receive 13 hi res 12x12 in JPG files, including 10 papers with dried flowers and plants, 1 back, 1 pink slip sheet and - as a bonus - the cover of the herbarium itself.

Drop shadows and recolouring in the previews are for display purposes only.

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