11.06.2012

DIY Supply Find: Postcard Collections

While I have used postcards as art in my own home (see my Nashville gallery wall which features postcards from the Spirit of Nashville series), this awesome DIY from How About Orange reignited my interest and reminded me of what a great, inexpensive resource postcards can be.   Today, I'm rounding up some fun (and thrifty) postcard collection finds, each ripe for a good DIY.

Postcard Roundup

L-R from the top:
Florence Broadhurst Postcard Set available from Kate Spade, $15 for 12
The Art of Instruction Vintage Educational Chart Postcards available from Amazon, $15 for 100
Vintage Postcards from Vanity Fair available from Amazon, $16 for 100
Pantone Postcard Box available from Amazon, $14 for 100
Postcards from Penguin available from Amazon, $17 for 100
Postcards from The New Yorker available from Amazon, $17 for 100
The Art of Vintage DC Comics Postcards available from Amazon, $13 for 100
The Art of Pixar Postcards available from Amazon, $13 for 100
Vintage New York Postcards available from the MoMA Store, $14 for 18
Paris vs. New York Postcard Box available from Amazon, $14 for 100

What fun projects can you think of for these beauties?

Mandy P
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2 comments:

  1. I love the pixar set. They would be great framed in a kids room or maybe cropped and decoupaged onto wooden blocks. They could also be used as birthday party invites.

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  2. Love your Nashville wall - and I'm totally smitten with those Spirit of Nashville post cards!

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