HUGE List of Free Alice In Wonderland Junk Journal Printables

Are you ready to go down the rabbit hole -- or through the looking glass? I've assembled a huge list of free Alice in Wonderland images, projects and more for your junk journal (or any project really. You'll find public domain images you can use commercially, complete projects, and unique Alice art.

Need Alice in Wonderland graphics or photos for your junk journal, but don't want to pay for stock photos? You're in luck! I have a huge list and collection of free vintage Wonderland graphics and am sharing the list here -- all you have to do is choose the ones you want and download or save them. In most cases I've either uploaded a high resolution file for you or I have linked you to the source, where you can get the item. A few are from other designers and may require a code to get them for free (the code will be in the post ;)


Each of these images is public domain or original art -- or a combination of the two. You may use them for items for sale. Any items restored or created by me in the list below can also be used in your projects for sale -- just don't sell the files themselves.


Use these free vintage Alice in Wonderland images in your junk journal, on pages, and as embellishments. A few of the ones I made are already turned into pockets and tags, making them super easy to add to your journal. Many of these fun vintage images are from my own collection of vintage ephemera -- most date from before 1920, all are copyright free or public domain (or created by me ;)


25 Free Vintage Alice in Wonderland Images for your Junk Journal


Note Some of the links below are affiliate links. This means that, at zero cost to you, I will earn an affiliate commission if you click through the link and finalize a purchase.


Costume Design Images for Alice in Wonderland

These images are public domain, and shared by the Smithsonian. They are paintings made in 1915 by William Penhallow Henderson. THey are part of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, but are not currently on public display. You can, however, download high resolution individual images for your personal or commercial use via the Creative Commons License. I'll add these individually so you can pick u just the ones you want -- the files are huge! Just click the mad hatter to be taken directly to his download page at the Smithsonian.