Hi, friends! As promised, I’m back today with another printable for your wintertime home! And, this time, it’s FREE! I decided to keep my gallery wall that I created a little before Christmas, but the NOEL print that I shared at that time, was definitely Christmas themed. The rest of the gallery wall was more of a wintertime theme. So, what is easier than swapping out the NOEL print with something similar – a SNOW print! I used the same font and style, because I loved the NOEL print so much! It’s a simple black and white graphic that you could use just about anywhere in your home. Pop it into a black frame with a white mat and you’ve got a some instant wintertime decor for your home! The SNOW printable is available in my FREE printable library!
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I also wanted to share a few more winter accents that I added to my living room space this year. Right after Christmas I made a trip to Ikea for a few things and I picked up this terrarium. I added some moss to the base and a couple small birch branches and finished it off with a few smaller, realistic faux plants. Of course, real ones would be great too! Actually, I prefer real, but I found this amazing small faux orchid at a local shop that looked so realistic and I already had the small faux fern, so I just used them. I am thinking about spray painting the white frame of the terrarium with a flat black paint? I think it would provide more of a contrast with the white orchid and the white door backdrop? That means I will have to take it apart, but it’s not hard. Thoughts?
And, here’s my front entry with another new large scale printable. It’s one that is typically used at Christmastime, but I think it’s perfect for the upcoming Valentine’s Day holiday – “As long as you love me so, let it snow, let it snow, let is snow”! This printable is sized as an 18″ x 24″ black and white chalkboard print that you can have printed at your local office supply store as an engineering print – like I described in yesterday’s post with the “My Favorite Things” print. I believe I had this one printed for under $2 at my local office supply store!
The background already has a chalkboard look, but I went over the print with a piece of chalk and wiped some off to give it a more realistic chalkboard look – I shared this tip HERE. One thing I didn’t mention in yesterday’s post is that once you have a frame made, you can interchange the different prints I offer seasonally because I’ll be using the same consistent measurements for the prints I share here. So, the frame that you make or purchase is a one time deal that you won’t have to do again and again with each print you purchase.