Free wall art printables are one the best ways to get beautiful wall decor on a tight budget. They are a great way to create a gallery wall and fill up a big, blank walls.
They are appropriate for all living areas from kids rooms to bathrooms. I’ve used them all over my house including the living room, dining room, laundry room, and bedroom. It’s a cheap way to get instant decor!
Free Wall Art Printables – Vintage Botanical Prints of Fruit
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Some of you may have never heard of these before, so let me explain quickly what they are.
These free prints are art prints that are available for instant download for personal use and can be printed on your home printer. Sometimes there is a charge for them, but today I’m offering you a set of 6 free botanical prints plus a bonus extra – making it 7 free prints in total!
I absolutely love the versatility of botanical art and love creating botanical art sets that have been made available via public domain from old botanical books.
Botanical prints are perfect prints and great resources that look amazing in home decor styles of boho, farmhouse, traditional, or modern. I think these pretty prints with their pops of bright color are the perfect photos to brighten room walls – making them awesome for white walls, too.
How to Print off your own set of these free wall art printables
Step 1: To access this set of pine botanical prints, head over to the VIP Printable Library and enter your secret passcode. Once you’re there, click on the set of vintage botanical fruit and download it to your computer.
Don’t have a secret passcode yet? No problem!
Just click here to become a VIP newsletter subscriber for instant access to the passcode (or click the button below). There are 100s of free printables there for your use!
Step 2: Print out the free images.
For best results, I recommend printing off wall art on cardstock (which is thicker than regular printer paper) with the following supplies (affiliate links)
- Home printer – Ours is the Canon TS5020
- White Cardstock (which is thicker than normal printer paper)
If you’d rather, you can have it printed on cardstock through your favorite print shop.
Step 4: Place the wall art in picture frames, decorative trays, or clipboards.
The size of the image is formatted for 8 1/2 x 11 inch paper, so it will fit in an 8 x 10 inch frame. However, you could also use decorative trays or barn wood slabs as backgrounds for your wall art as well.
Step 5: Create a gallery wall arrangement if you want to fill up empty walls.
I love creating gallery walls. The are an easy way to add style and personality to an empty corner of your home.
Here are some gallery wall resources that may help if you’ve never done one before:
- A easy gallery wall hack that makes it super easy to figure out where to place the nails (or hangers) in the wall.
- A trick for how to hang pictures on the wall (if they have one hanger on the back).
- Don’t be afraid to buy frames if they have 2 hangers. Here’s how to hang pictures easily in drywall if they have 2 hangers on the back.
Other free printables posts you may be interested in:
- Free printable wall art – modern boho printable art
- Free botanical prints – over 100 botanical art print sets
- Vintage botanical sets – Winter pine cone art
- Antique Botanical Set – Free printable flowers
- Larger size watercolor flower