Hi everyone! I have time to post images to my blog again. It won’t be every day and I generally won’t have enough extra time to do extensive restorative work on the images but I would like to share more from my collection with you here.
This vintage postcard features an illustration of a busy street (la Rue de Rivoli) in Paris. I learned from Wikipedia that Rue de Rivoli is one of the most famous streets in Paris.
Here is the back of the postcard.
The writing in the upper left corner of the back of the postcard translates (in Google) to, “The street of rivoli the garden of the tileries and the louvre”. If you have a better translation, or more information, I welcome you to share your knowledge.
On a side note, I am slowly preparing to create my first junk journal and I’d like to thank all of you who share your wonderful journal flip throughs and/or detailed tutorials on YouTube. Without your willingness to share your expertise, I wouldn’t have a clue where to begin. I tea dyed my first papers and doilies last week and had so much fun doing it!