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100+ Free Farmhouse Printables- Botanical Sets

Are you looking to add some farmhouse style in your home like Joanna Gaines does on the Fixer Upper show? This collection of 100+ Free Farmhouse Printables: Botanical Sets will help you do just that! Print them out & hang them up for timeless style on an affordable budget!

Do you use free printables in your home?

They’re actually one of my favorite cost saving home decor tricks.

Once found, printables can be printed on a home computer or at an office supply store.

Since Farmhouse style is one of my favorite things, I’ve put together collections of Free Farmhouse printables in the past. I’ve rounded up:

There are constantly new printables being designed by very talented and creative ladies. So, I thought it would be fun to put together some super duper collections for you.

In addition to the ones already mentioned above, the first collection I wanted to source out was botanical and floral printable sets.

I love the option of being able to put a gallery wall together with printables that have some common thread. Sets of printables do just that.

In fact, I recently shared the gallery wall above our couch that included a free printables set!

Here are some options that just might be what you’re looking for:

100+ Free Farmhouse Printable Botanical Sets | Add farmhouse style to your home in this super budget friendly way. Print off one of these beautiful botanical print sets to create your own gallery wall! #farmhousestyle #printables #farmhouse #botanicals #diyhomedecor

100+ Free Farmhouse Printables: Botanical & Floral Sets

To access the printables, click on the link below each picture. Follow the specific directions (that may be slightly different) on each site. Some sites will require you to join the author’s newsletter sign up to access the printable. I encourage you to do that. You can always unsubscribe if you choose, but, most likely, you will discover they have great resources you’ll go back to over and over again!


10 Water Color Herb Printables

Krista’s projects at the Happy Housie are always inspiring. And, not long ago, I realized we live on the same island! I would love to meet her in person someday. As you can see from her beautiful collection of printables, she’s one talented lady!

7 pictures of hand painted plants

 The Happy Housie

Set of 6 Botany Art Prints

Lauren hung this amazing botany art gallery wall above her entryway bench. (You must go check it out…) She explains in detail how she framed and hung them so beautifully.

Set of 6 pictures hanging on a wall. Each one is a different hand painted plant



3 sets of 6 Printables (Flowers, Birds, & Orchids)

This site has amazing collections of printables, plus detailed instructions on how to hang a gallery wall. Although I’m only picturing one set here, there are THREE beautiful options in this collection.

Set of 6 colored paintings of plants

The Navage Patch

Set of 3 Vintage Botanical Prints

This set of botanical prints has a beautiful aged and vintage look. The author suggests that they would be lovely as greeting cards or flour sack towels. What great ideas!

a Botanical print in color

Knick of Time

Set of 9 Fern Images

The ground is covered in ferns where I live. I’ve been fascinated with them since the first time I saw them. No two are alike, and I love how some have teeny tiny leaves and some are large. This set of fern prints is a great pop of pretty green for any room.

Set of 9 fern paintings

The Painted Hive

21 Lavendar Botanical Printables

Oh goodness, I love this set! (Click on the link below to see the entire set.) It is a beautiful collection of 12 lavendar botanical prints formatted for both 8 x 10 and 11 x 17. The author includes very good, detailed instructions on how to save and print these printables. If you are someone that struggles with those steps, this set may be just perfect for you.

botanical print of lavendar

Simply Made by Rebecca


3 Sets of 4 Botanical Floral Prints

The scripting of the name of each flower at the bottom of each print is so beautiful with this set.  It has also been conveniently formatted for 8 x 10 and 9 x 12 prints.

If you click on the link below, it will take you to the site where 2 other sets have been designed by the same artist. They’re beautiful…

hand painted botanical print of sage

A Daily Something

4 Olive Branch Printables

These rich green olive branch printables first  originated in the New York Public Library Digital Collections. The author searched it out,  fixed them up in Photoshop, and now has graciously offered them to us for free. I think they turned out gorgeous.

Set of 4 botanical prints of olive branches

Gather and Flourish

6 Winter Berries Printables

This is another beautiful and genius idea of Lauren’s from Blesserhouse. I’ve already linked one set of her printables above, but as I was searching, I discovered these as well.

She designed this set to swap out in the Wintertime. What a genius way to add seasonal decor that doesn’t take up a ton of storage all year long! (I just might steal that idea.;)

set of 6 botanical prints of evergreen branches


8 Black & White Vintage Botanical Prints

This simple set looks beautiful and clean in a small space. It looks beautiful on white walls, but would pop beautifully against a colored wall, too.

Set of 8 black and white botanical prints


8 Printable Botanicals

Ann from On Sutton Place has a whole library of free printables! You can join her “for members only” group (for free) and get access to all kinds of beautiful printables. (I just joined myself.;))

Set of 8 colored botanical prints

On Sutton Place

There you have it! Over 100 free printables that you can use in your own home. If you do print some out and use them, I’d love to know what you’ve done with them.

If you’re wondering what other ways to use them are (other than framing them), here are some ideas:

  • clip them on a wooden or vintage clipboard and hang on the wall.
  • tack them on a bulletin board with upholstery tacks
  • hang them on the wall with washi tape for a casual look
  • attach them to the front of an old board, or a pallet board (like this)
  • frame them in an old window
  • hang them from ribbons or string (like this)

And, if you’d like to watch me show you exactly how I use them in my home, here’s a little video:


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  1. I absolutely love botanical prints! I am so excited! I am looking around my kitchen now to see where I can hang those kitchen botanicals! Brilliant idea. Thank you

  2. Hi I just subscribed to your blog. I saw online that you could do free botanical printables. When I gave my email it took me to your home page that it was password protected ,but there is no place to create a password. Please help!!!

    Thank you,

    Debi Hallowell( gonzette 52 @ yahoo.com)

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