French General sells "Notion Kits," which are collections of vintage beads – you can add a little something unique to your project with these. See a photo of one collection at right.
If you’re looking for vintage patterns for a scrapbooking project, take a look at Patterns 4 All. There are many to choose from. The printed tissue paper has so many possibilities in an altered project or art journal as well.
I’ve been looking for more of those little "Paper Posies" often used in millinery for awhile now. I had found some vintage ones at a flea market and since then they’ve been pretty scarce. I recently stumbled across The Little Pink Studio‘s website and was excited to discover that they have so many different ones available. (I’m not sure that these are vintage, but they will still create the look I’m looking for.) One photo of a pretty yellow set is shown at left. While you’re visiting their shop, don’t forget to check out the cute little embellishment sets in bubble gum machine plastic bubbles. I love her idea of having a vending machine for artists and crafters!
Emily Falconbridge has 100% pure wool felt shapes available in her Etsy shop. These felt pieces are not the ordinary ones we generally see around. Emily’s are extra thick! What a great look these would be sewn onto a page. See photo at right.