As a creative with a full-time career, side blog, family obligations, and life in general, it’s rare for me to sit down and draw or create just for the fun of it. So when it actually happens, I always enjoy it.
Recently I designed tons of fresh and summery free prints: plant ladies, rainbows in various colors, peace signs, layered organic shapes, kid prints and more. I even designed some kid-room options, and thought I’d share them all in case anyone needs a quick home decor update.
I love free prints because I’m a frequent art changer-outer—especially in my gallery wall setups. It’s an easy and cost effective way to keep things fresh for each season and only requires some printer ink and a frame.
If you don't have a color printer it's extremely affordable to email the art file to your local UPS or FedEx store and have them print it for you for around $1, depending on the paper size.
I love shopping my local thrift stores (Savers, Blessings Abound, and Goodwill) for unique photo frames. Usually a quick cleaning or coat of paint is all I need to make them look brand new. If thrift stores aren't your thing, there are many local home decor boutiques where you can purchase your frames.
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