Add a touch of vintage farmhouse style charm to your decor with this set of 6 free printable botanical flowers art prints.
Decorating with printable flower images that I can print out on my own home printer is my favorite budget friendly decor trick. It allows me to quickly change up decor for each season without breaking the bank!
I fell in love with botanical printable flower art years ago, and seeing a gallery wall of them on an episode of the Fixer Upper show with Joanna Gaines just sealed the deal for me.
A while ago, I rounded up over 100 free printable botanical art prints that were designed in sets – perfect for a gallery wall.
This time, I took to the internet myself and searched for copyright free vintage images. This set of six is the result of my digging…
Free Set of 6 Botanical Flower Art Prints with Pink, Burgundy, & Blue
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This set of botanical art prints are actual images of botanical flowers from old books.
Some of them even show a bit of the “curl” of the old book page. I just love that!
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I print my printable art prints using the following supplies:
Trim the art prints, or frame as they are.
I used my favourite Carl Paper trimmer to trim off the edges. However, you can leave the white border on and hang just as they come out of your home printer.
There are a variety of flowers in this set of 6 prints.
As I searched for botanical flower images online, I looked for pictures that included shades of pink and burgundy. Each one has a touch of those colors in it.
Hang or display your prints in creative ways.
I hung my set on the wall in my living room using wooden trays with green cardstock as background matting.
Be sure to check out my easy solution to planning a gallery wall (and get it hung up all by yourself!), if you don’t know where to start.
Other options for hanging printable art are frames or clipboards. And don’t forget, you can always use free printables to lean in the back of bookshelves, too!