Today I thought I’d I share some free printable wall art. These pretty botanical watercolour prints make super printable Thanksgiving/Harvest Festival decorations.
Recently, I’ve been looking for wall art for my newly renovated home office. As anyone who knows me knows, I’m a big fan of dried flower arrangements and botanical everything! I love to use dried flowers and grasses to decorate my home for free.
I’m not ready to go all out for Christmas just jet (Maybe I’ll share some free printable wall art for Christmas Art in a few weeks). These beautiful watercolour prints are such a great way to add a little Thanksgiving décor to any room.
Change up the décor with free printable wall art
As I said, I’ve been looking for wall art specifically for my home office so these prints are hanging on the wall next to my new shelves. It’s great to be able to easily change up the décor with seasonal prints and give the room a whole new look for free!
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High Res Free printable wall art in two sizes
The tall print is 8×10 inches and you can either find a frame exactly that size so it fills the whole frame or, you can use a larger frame with a Passepartout.
Here are some ideas for frames:
If you’d rather not use a frame, you could just hang the prints on a clipboard (which is what I often do) or in some print hangers like these:
The smaller print will fit in a 10×8 landscape frame with a Passepartout. You can print it out on A4 card and cut it down to size to fit your frame with or without a Passepartout.
I recommend, you print them out on card stock or have them printed at the print shop if you need a better quality print for gifts. I have to say though, I printed mine out on A4 printer paper just to test the colours and they looked stunning even as they were.
How to get your free printable wall art
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Enjoy your prints!
I hope you enjoy this elegant watercolour wall art and can use them in your own home.
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