Hello! Thanks for stopping by 🙂 I hope you are well and safe For this haul, I tried to gather stationery items that might suit Victorian and Edwardian eras First item: a set of 46 large stickers with vintage botanical illustrations- $2.80 44 designs had 1 copies each, while 2 designs had 2 copies each These stickers had a very strong chemical smell, but it disappeared after a few days Some of the images aren’t sharp but rather blurry If you do a search by image on Aliexpress, you can see all shops selling same items and compare their prices. These stickers have a transparent background It’s better to order from sellers with high ranking and check reviews with real photos. Sometimes some items might be missing. E.g. in a set of 50 stickers, you might find only 49 pieces. Next sticker set is from the same seller. 13 stickers with old letters and notes- $1.69 13 different designs (1 copy each). They look lovely The stickers are matte and non-transparent, the paper is rather thin Printing is quite good, but not very sharp I think they might look good in bullet journals or other types of journals I will try to use white pens to write on the brownish stickers Set of 45 square stickers with vintage newspapers and advertisements – $0.88 There are 20 different designs in 1 box, some have 2 copies, others- 3 copies They are non-transparent and glossy with very clear, good printing Sticker set of vintage fashion illustrations – $1.37 Not all stickers have good printing, some look a bit blurry There are 14 pieces, each has a different design The stickers have a semi-transparent whitish background and are matte Vintage font wooden stamps with abbreviated months – $4.73 VersaColor ink pad – Pinecone shade Rubber base Vintage craft paper tape 50 mm wide – $2.63 Clear printing, good quality paper The only issue is that its glue isn’t very strong Tape with calendars (the wide one) and, I guess, days of the week- $1.95 This tape can be useful for planners / bullet journals Set of 7 beautiful vintage washi tapes – $2.8 Handwritten design Vintage female portraits design Craft paper design Old world map design Vintage lables / advertisement design Vintage tickets design Washi tape set with 10 rolls – $2.37 Elegant colors and good quality It’s easy to tear these tapes by hand Sticker set with skeletons, female portraits, vintage things- $2.71 (27 pieces) These stickers are quite big in size, printing quality is alright All designs are different, they aren’t repeated These stickers are matte, not transparent, have a white background Sticker set with vintage newspaper clips and advertisements- $1.47 (14 pieces) They have a pleasant matte surface, image quality is good Non-transparent Printed old postcards, letters. Each postcard image has 2 copies- $1.89 (16 sheets) One copy printed on transparent paper, and one on non-transparent A pack of ribbed craft paper (called onion paper?)- $2.84 (35 sheets) One side is smooth, the other is ribbed. Can get pretty edges when torn Would be great for bullet journal decoration and junk journalling, collages The printing quality is satisfactory Set of stickers with vintage birds, insects, bats- $1.71 (14 pieces) All links are in the description box. This is not a sponsored video. They are not transparent A gorgeous set of vintage style postcards – $3.62 (30 pieces) Postcards are printed on thick, slightly glossy paper. Good quality printing This one is my favorite. Looks amazing! 🙂 These postcards can look good as photo props or as a background Set of stickers with various vintage maps- $2 (60 pieces) Each design has 2 copies, 30 designs in total Some of maps seem to be printed rather blurry, not sharp, but others look fine Set of stickers with printed book covers- $1.97 (24 pieces) These stickers can be used for junk journals, art journals or as a background For example, you can use them as photo props when taking picture of your artworks etc Stickers are matte and non-transparent Hope this video was helpful in choosing stationery. Thank you for watching! Wishing you a wonderful day & stay safe Visit my webstore & portfolio: www.theloomingmorrow.com Thanks for watching!