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Spring Botanical Gallery Wall Printables

A free printable set of spring botanical art for $3 each on color engineer prints or free from your own printer to frame as wall decor.

Shhhh! I don’t want to say this too loud or I might jinx myself, but… SPRING IS ALMOST HERE!!! Oops. Got carried away.

It got in the 70s here over the weekend and it was GLORIOOOOOOUS! (I know you can’t hear me, but I’m singing opera-style over here.)

January and February are the two months of the year when I just want to hit the fast-forward button. Gray, cold, dreary days? No thanks. But since the flowers are already starting to bloom here in the Charlotte area, I knew it was time to bust out a new season of botanical gallery wall printables, the very last of the series.

A free printable set of spring botanical art for $3 each on color engineer prints or free from your own printer to frame as wall decor. #gallerywall #springdecor #springprintable #freeprintable #freeart

(If you want the full year-long set, you can find the summer set here, autumn set here, and winter set here. If you’re a subscriber, they’re all in the Bless’er House Printable Library.)

A free printable set of spring botanical art for $3 each on color engineer prints or free from your own printer to frame as wall decor. #gallerywall #springdecor #springprintable #freeprintable #freeart

Today, I’m joining in with Krista from The Happy Housie and a group of blogger friends for the Seasonal Simplicity Spring Series to share some easy spring DIY/craft projects. If the slightly warmer temps have you dancing around all giddy and make you ready to spring-ify your house too, there are a whole bunch of ideas at the end of this post.

I cheated really. I’m not super duper crafty, but printables are my jam because I can just stick them in a frame and I’m done. Easy and cheap. Woot!

You can download the spring botanical print set yourself by clicking here or the button below to subscribe:

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

I love being able to easily store the different seasonal sets for this gallery wall because all 4 seasons can stay in those frames. Currently, I have my summer, autumn, and winter printable sets tucked behind that spring set right now, so I can now rotate throughout the year and get a new look every 3 months without having to spend any extra moolah.

A free printable set of spring botanical art for $3 each on color engineer prints or free from your own printer to frame as wall decor. #gallerywall #springdecor #springprintable #freeprintable #freeart

To print them in the 16×20 sizes, I send my images to Staples to have them printed on color engineer prints for about $3 each. (But if you want to keep it easy, just printing 8×10 size right from your own printer works too.)

Print Directions:

  • Download the botanical prints from the Bless’er House Printable Library (password in your email).
  • Go to Staples.com
  • Click “shop services” -> “print services” -> “engineering prints” -> “18”x24″ -> “design now” -> “engineering prints in color”
  • Click “add files” and upload the botanical print images
  • Click “orientation” -> portrait
  • Click “add to cart” -> “proceed to checkout”
  • In the notes section on your order, write “do not scale to fit” to keep the image at 16″x20″ because sometimes Staples will do it even when you don’t specify.

I’ve had several people tell me that their local Staples won’t print these on engineering prints for some reason, but I’ve never had an issue, so it varies among locations, and I have no idea why. Walgreens will print 16×20 poster size too, but unfortunately, they cost more than $3. You can check with other locally-owned print shops too though.

You can choose to print them directly from your computer as 8x10s to put in 8×10 frames, or if you want large frames, you can mat the 8x10s.

So much technical mumbo jumbo, but I wanted to make sure to help any of y’all who might run into issues with getting the larger prints. Totally worth the effort! I’m sure I’ll be using mine for years on end.

(Some affiliate links are provided below.)

A free printable set of spring botanical art for $3 each on color engineer prints or free from your own printer to frame as wall decor. #gallerywall #springdecor #springprintable #freeprintable #freeart

I put the prints in these frames I got on sale for $12 each at Michael’s last year. They look like wood in person, but they are totally plastic (and they come in different colors).

A free printable set of spring botanical art for $3 each on color engineer prints or free from your own printer to frame as wall decor. #gallerywall #springdecor #springprintable #freeprintable #freeart

This wagon bench, which we found on Craigslist for $35, (and I found a similar modern style version of here) sits right beside our back door that we’re constantly traipsing in and out of to enjoy the pretty weather on our back porch.

A free printable set of spring botanical art for $3 each on color engineer prints or free from your own printer to frame as wall decor. #gallerywall #springdecor #springprintable #freeprintable #freeart

I snagged a couple of pastel pink pillows at Target last week to add a hint of spring to it. And the baskets underneath are always filled with shoes after running around in the yard.

Here are some of the decor sources rounded up, if you need them.

Decor Sources:

So now that these spring prints are hanging on the wall, maybe the 70 degrees and sunshine will be here to stay? A girl can hope. My sandals are looking really lonely tucked away in my closet, and they are desperate to get out.

You can hop over to check out the rest of the Seasonal Simplicity Spring Series for more spring DIY/craft ideas.

The Happy Housie /  Duke Manor FarmBless’er House /Place of My Taste

Town & Country Living / Zevy Joy / The House of Wood / Craftberry Bush / Shabbyfufu

Paint Me Pink / Heathered Nest / Newly Woodwards / Amber Tysl

 

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Four free printable sets of botanical art for all seasons of the year- spring, summer, winter, and fall - $3 each on color engineer prints or free from your own printer to frame as wall decor. #gallerywall #freeprintable #freeart

A free printable set of spring botanical art for $3 each on color engineer prints or free from your own printer to frame as wall decor. #gallerywall #springdecor #springprintable #freeprintable #freeart

 

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47 Comments

  1. Ok, so you inspired me to do a botanical wall of prints. I have a different color scheme so I could not use your gorgeous prints. I have a bench but it is lower without a back or arms. My question is how high above the bench do I hang the prints? They will be right next to a door and I was unsure if I needed to match the top of the top row to the top of the door frame. Since the bench has a smaller footprint because it does not have a back, I am afraid if I hang them too low it will look funny. Help!

    1. I have ours hanging about 6 inches above our bench back. So without a back, I’d say about 2 feet above. The top edge of my top row of frames are about 3 inches above the door frame beside it. I hope that helps.

  2. Just lovely! I wish I would have waited for these! I just ordered some prints after scouring the internet for about 3 hours to find 4 spring botanical prints I liked together… Then you post these lol. My impatience messed me up again! Anyway, this is beautiful and also I haven’t said it yet, congrats on the baby news!!! SO exciting!!!! <3

  3. Hi! I love your seasonal wall. My question is how did you mount to the wall for easy removal and access to change the Print with the seasons. I already attempted to do this but it’s not easy or fun to swap out the print.

    1. I just have each frame hanging on a single nail that I take down, open up the backs (I use a butter knife to pry up those metal brads), rotate the printable art, pop in the back again, and hang back up. Do you have different frames though?

  4. I’m unable to download the prints. It say subscribe and it will send me a password, but i’m already subscribed. Thanks

    1. Just messaged you, Patrice! Let me know if it still doesn’t work for you. The direct download should already be in your inbox, but sometimes it ends up in the spam folder.

  5. I live and work in Pennsylvania (York county) and actually had Staples call me to let me know they were no longer able to provide engineering prints. I was bummed but I think I’ll print them as 8 x 10 as you suggested.
    Thanks for sharing your fantastic yet simple decorating ideas!
    Come on Spring! 🙂
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    1. My Staples also called and said they cannot print them on bond paper as it was reserved just for blueprints.

      1. I hate that some locations do this! I’ve heard of other people having luck at Office Depot instead or several people have told me you can order them online at overnightprints.com and you can usually find a coupon code. I hope that gives you a good alternative!

  6. These are lovely! And I love the idea of swapping them out for the seasons. I actually have a small frame I do something similar with – but I think they may need an update. It was from when subway art was all the rage 6-7 years ago. ? loving your pretty prints and I’m totally digging the frames.

  7. Thank you for sharing your seasonal botanical prints. They are beautiful and I look forward to using them in my home.

  8. Love these!!! I have been eagerly anticipating the spring set. I am soo ready to switch out winter for spring! Thanks for another amazing set of prints, I can’t wait to change out my prints now!

  9. I literally JUST sent the other botanical prints to staples last night but LOVE these for spring. Guess I’ll be sending another set today, but when I clicked on the link from the printable library, only one image pops (spring botanical printable 2) up instead of a link for all 6. Maybe I’m just doing something wrong?

    1. Thanks for catching that and letting me know! It’s all fixed now. 🙂 Let me know if you run into any more issues.

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