I haven't scrapped ours yet but I did save a title someone had on a page -Joust for fun.
I did a search for clip art to use for paper piecings or to color in. I can pm them to you if you like. They are knights, crowns stc.
OK, I'll be no help at all but when I scrapbooked my visit to Medieval Times, I used some old Daisy D's floral paper - aged vintage and red as a background.
I found a laser cut knight in armour that you pieced together. Also used a Jolee crown and some decoupage medieval cutouts - all found on a well-known auction site. The decoupage cutouts were like paper dolls - they were fabulous.
Maybe you can find some nice images and print them at home? I did not have a printer at the time and had not discovered SB.com when I made the pages.
It was stunning. I think there are people out there collecting stuff like that from certain artists as the art of the of this era. The lady made each scale for the mermaid tails. It was so detailed and took her weeks to make. I just can't imagine any photos worthy enough for the work.
I thought it was some sort of scam. Really who would pay so much for scrapbooking pages? But obviously some is willing. The buyers and sellers were "normal" people. Not shells for money laundering or some other false thing.
I got some gorgeous laser cuts from the Stamping Station, and Me and My Big Ideas has embellishments from the Coastal Culture Icons. I do a medieval festival every year in my clasroom and I agree with the previous paper suggestions. Had to giggle at Gelidy Gelato's use of her paper. I have that paper and couldn't figure out how to do a layout on it. Now I can!
I think the artist/scrapper was something bear or bear something. Also craftingalong sells her two 12x12 pages for over $50 usually. Last one went for $161.08. Go figure.
When the economy is good craftingalong will sell her pages for $300 or more. The meggiebearsscraps lady started hers with her business with her daughter. Both of those sellers said it took at least 2 years to get a decent following of people before they began making any money. Check out craftyemg too. Hers go for quite a bit too.
Craftyemg is very detailed too. Added her to my faves on ebay so I can just see what she makes. I won't even try any of their stuff but it's fun to watch and see how much someone would bid on their things. Go, girls!