Print off this free vintage botanical prints set of pine cones for lovely Winter wall art.
As much fun as it is to decorate for Christmas, I like to keep in mind the after Christmas Winter decorations, too.
Today’s set of vintage botanical prints works perfectly for both!
I put it in our master bedroom and made it into a Christmas display for now, but it will be easy to turn into Winter Decor after the holidays are over.
How to Create Your own Gallery Wall using Vintage Botanical Prints
Print off these vintage botanical prints of pine cone wall art
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I recommend printing off wall art on cardstock 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.
Place the wall art in frames or decorative trays.
This set of printable art 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.
Figure out how you want to configure your wall art into a gallery wall arrangement.
This time, I wanted to create a gallery wall effect on this small wall in our bedroom. I chose to lean 3 prints on the shelf, and hang 2 below it. The set comes with 6 prints, though, so you can hang it in an arrangement similar to this one above a dining room buffet or this yellow botanical print set above the couch.
Click here for a simple and nifty trick on how to line up a gallery wall perfectly – all by yourself!
For more ideas on how to use free printables in your home, you can also watch this video>>
How to use free printables as gifts
Since it is nearing Christmas time, I thought it would be fun to include some ways you can use free online printables like this set for gift ideas.
- Use iron on transfer paper and turn free printables into custom pillow covers.
- Turn printables into hanging art.
- Print off a set and mount them on foam core board.
- Turn a large free printable into large art and make a simple frame for it.