Antique Garden Graphic for Crafts, Junk Journal or Graphic Design: Aviary in a Victorian Garden


Larks in the morning, crickets at night. There is no other world.
Marty Rubin

A black and white illustration of an aviary in a Victorian garden, surrounded by climbing roses and wild convolvulus. This particularly ornamental aviary was manufactured by Mr. E. Crook of 5, Carnaby-street, Regent-street, London, and was quite popular with many ladies of that era. You can download a 6” x 5.5” @ 300 ppi JPEG (without a watermark) here.


I've shown a sample of how I used it to create a patterned paper that you can use as a background in collage or decoupage projects but the image is versatile enough to incorporate in other crafts or design work. If you like, you can download the high-res 12" x 12" @ 300 ppi digital paper here.

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