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Hello my friend! I just got back from my first blogging conference and have been dying to share my experience with you. Before I do I owe my subscribers two free printables.
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If you are new around here welcome. I create free printable art for my subscribers once a month and am sharing two today since I missed June. Summers are always slow. 😉
Botanical Art Prints
Do you love botanical prints as much as I do? They have a natural vibe that fits into any style which makes them super easy to decorate with.
The more plants the better in my book! I pretty much use green as a neutral in my house.
I created a pair of watercolor fern botanical artwork for June and July’s printables. One is in a blue and white chinoiserie planter and the other sits pretty in a Japanese earthly brown planter.
The pots we brought back from Japan with us. We just loved our four years in Okinawa and Iwakuni! Lately I’ve been working on my photoshop skills and had fun manipulating photos of our pots and ferns. I hope you enjoy them!
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These fern botanical prints are formatted to be printed as a 5×7 or square. I hope you enjoy them!
If you need some inspiration for botanical print decor make sure to check out Emily A Clark’s fern wall and Setting for Four’s gallery wall of botanical prints. I also have a few others in the printable library.
Best of Summer
Yes I’m already recapping summer! Next month we’ll dive right into Fall and pumpkins. I’m also excited to be joining a new series all about green and healthy living with a great group of bloggers in my niche. You’ll see the first post by the end of the week!
This summer I updated a few older posts with better tutorials and improved images but also added a few new summer projects. Here they are!
- How to Make Mini Easter Baskets with Dishes
- Make a Bohemian Easter Garland in Minutes!
- Easy Elegant Easter Tablescape with Everyday Dishes
- How to Make a Beautiful Orchid Wreath in 2 Easy Steps
- Free Printable Colored Easter Eggs and Rabbits Decorations
- A Simple Way to Make Stunning Plastic Easter Eggs
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you are enjoying the rest of your summer.
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