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Audubon Bird Art Gallery Wall and Free Printable Set

A spring / summer entryway gallery wall update + free Audubon bird art prints to frame anywhere in your home.

When I was in high school, I remember my mom ripping bird prints out of an old book to frame as art on a wall in the kitchen and somehow, it stuck.

In college, I ripped apart a used calendar with photos of Paris to make a gallery wall in my dorm room.

And well, let’s just say, I haven’t stopped ripping pages out of books for art because the apple apparently didn’t fall far from the tree.

Rug | Lamp | Bench | White Pillow | Fig Stems | Frames | Green Pillow | Oblong Pillow

Ever since seeing my mom do it, I’ve had a thing for Audubon bird art. I did the same thing even in our last house.

Well, considering it’s late spring, I realized it was probably time I replaced the Christmas sheet music that was still on our wall. Ha!

Much better.

If you want to put the prints somewhere in your house, whether it’s just one or the entire set, I added them as free art in the Bless’er House Printable Library.

You can download the art printables by clicking here or the button below to subscribe and get access:

(If you’re already a subscriber, the direct download to the printable checklist is in your inbox and at the bottom of every email I send.)

Maybe you’ll be seeing these art prints on into fall and winter… who knows. At the rate I’m going, they’ll be there to stay forever. 😉  But the pressed fall leaves and sheet music are still tucked behind those frames, if I’m ready for the full seasonal swap again.

You can find all of the sources in this space here:

If you want more free art, you can find more here:

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15 Comments

  1. Hi Lauren ! I love this idea! Is there a certain type of paper you use, like card stock or just plain white paper that you used?
    Love your style!

  2. Thanks Lauren! I just bought a book at auction that is Forest Birds. I plan on framing them. I love the white matting with the white pages. Always an inspiration!

  3. Hi Lauren,
    Love your decorating style! I have been looking everywhere for an end table like, or similar, to the 3 tiered one you have in your Living Room. I think it has a bamboo/wicker top. I have seen it in photos next to the couch and between the two chairs. Any info on getting one like this would be greatly appreciated.
    Hugs,
    Terri

    1. Command strips! Works every time and keeps them straight. I drew a line on the wall in pencil using a level first before sticking them up and I just pop them right off the wall to swap out the art and stick them right back on.

  4. I can so relate to your Christmas sheet music art still being up, last weekend I finally packed up my Christmas village that filled shelves, the top of the piano, and table surfaces in my living room🙄😂

    1. Someone told me today… you’re just early for Christmas in July! Haha! So see? You’re just early really. 😉

  5. Looks great!!! Just the thought of having so many frames to hang straight and even gives me anxiety!

    1. Command strips keeps them perfect. 🙂 I pop them off the wall, swap the art, and pop them right back into place. No crooked frame issues.

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