Antique Nature Printable – American Moths

The world won’t end if it isn’t perfect, the world won’t end if it isn’t perfect, the world won’t end if it isn’t perfect…
That’s what I’ve been trying to remind myself the last few days, but at this point, I’m not even hoping for perfection – I’m just hoping to just get my house remotely clean and organized before my mom arrives for a visit next week, and while we’re making progress, there’s still so much to do.
I’m in the final stages of finishing my guest room/ photo studio (where my mom will be sleeping, so you won’t be seeing anything new or creative from me until it’s done and my house is decent.  Instead, I thought I’d share some more antique nature printables with you.
Summer is the time for so many things, and one of those things is BUGS!  Some bugs are tolerable, some are horrible, but the ones I’m sharing with you today are a least pretty – whether you consider them pests or not is up to you.
This is a beautiful, detailed book plate from an 1903 encyclopedia, showing various American moths.   The plates from these encyclopedias remind me of old school wall charts, so I think they look great as enlarged posters, but would also make nice framed prints, or used on a greeting card for a nature lover.  I was fortunate to get a good supply of volumes from this encyclopedia set, so I still have more nature printables I’ll be sharing in the future from them.
Antique Nature Printable Moths via
If you missed the other nature printables I’ve previously shared, click these images to get the full-size versions:
Antique Nature Illustration Printable - Azaleas and Rhododendrons via Antique Nature Flowers Printable via Antique Nature Printable Moss Lichen Forest Book Plate Poster via
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  1. Love these, just like the others in the series. Pinning

  2. Thank you for the butterflies,they’re so pretty!

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