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April 10, 2013

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free printable | botanical prints 03

Today’s printable is the last of three sets of botanical prints. (You can download the complete collection here – they’re lovely all together!) This last set of four botanical prints includes fennel, cumin, parsley and centaury. Hanging these prints throughout my home has been an easy way to decorate without causing wall damage (I can’t use nails in our rental, so I’ve been taping, and I love the look) AND help welcome Spring. They’re brightening up little corners of our studio (the kitchen, living room, and powder room) and I couldn’t be more pleased!

I decided to use the 9 x 12 prints this time, and they’re currently hanging in a beautiful cluster in our powder room. The softness of the blue walls paired with the vintage-inspired prints is simply lovely. Where are you hanging your prints? I’d just love to see a photo!

You can download the entire collection of 12 botanical prints (in 8 x 10 and 9 x 12) right here!

In case you missed the introductory post, these botanical prints are designed by Jennifer from Tonic Site Shop. She’s joined our team as a new contributor, and each month, she’ll be designing lovely free printables for you to print out for your personal use! Her first contribution was a collection of 12 botanical prints, and today’s download completes the collection. Download all 12 botanical prints.

Enjoy your Wednesday, friends!

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  1. Ahh love these! Thanks so much for sharing!

  2. Kelly says:

    Lovely, again! We discovered we need to buy a color ink cartridge when trying to print the first set, so none hung yet ๐Ÿ™ I've been thinking of printing in black and white and then adding some watercolors to speed things up!

  3. Hannah says:

    We are renters too and technically we are allowed to make small nail holes, but I am still paranoid about it. Using tape is such a charming idea. I love using tape gifs when I design things in photoshop so why not use tape in real life too? ๐Ÿ™‚ Love these printables. Unfortunately my printer is out of ink at the moment but we once we buy new ink I am coming straight to your blog. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. thanks for sharing…I sent the last two sets to the printers, can't wait to hang them in my kitchen.

  5. Nicole says:

    these are even lovlier than i expected! wow, can't wait to put them up!

  6. Argh! They are all so ROCKIN! Can't wait to hang by frame / tape / pin / etc.. in my future kitchen! Weeehaw!

  7. Lauren Tien says:

    I just found your blog and I am totally smitten. AH so excited for these printables. Thank you for sharing them with us! xo, Lauren

  8. Love botanicals! So sweet of you to be sharing these with your readers for free. ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. Mary Ann says:

    Thank you so much for sharing these wonderful printables! Judging from their popularity on Pinterest, I think everyone admires a nice botanical print โ€“ but these are EXTRA special. Fresh and modern, yet completely timeless. Perfect editing, gorgeous typography. Unlike some vintage botanicals, these would look great in any style home โ€“ in most any room… In case you can't tell, I am IMPRESSED!!!

  10. Thanks again for all the lovely prints! To take a look at how I integrated a few more of them, you can visit http://loveyourdiaeta.tumblr.com/
    ๐Ÿ™‚
    Have a great weekend!
    -Lindsey

  11. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks, and thanks again for the idea to use tape!

  12. BON+JOUR says:

    These are really beautiful :)! Like this, we will all have a little bit of this great blog's attitude in our homes :)!

  13. Love these! However, the 9×12 link is actually downloading as 8×10! Any way this can be fixed? Trying to print them for mother's day. It would be greatly appreciated:)

  14. Unknown says:

    What paper did you print these on?

  15. Nicole White says:

    I know post is a few years old at this point but I have to say these are beautiful prints. Also, im a home owner and I HATE putting holes in the walls…less prep when I go to repaint if I change my mind about a color and also good bc I like to change decor up alot. My solution is to use the 3m picture hangers. They are amazing!

  16. bluemoon says:

    I met this post today. I haven't print them yet, but I suppose they will look beautiful on my house. Thank you very much.

  17. Marcia Pilar says:

    Thank you for sharing these. They are by far the most beautiful free botanical prints I've seen.

  18. Linda says:

    I have been looking for botanical prints for a few years.
    I almost gave up and settled with fern prints but now I have
    these so Happy!

  19. Nina says:

    Thanks so much for these! I’m slowly beginning to plan how to set up my calendar for 2017, as it’s been fine but not just so this year (which was also an improvement from last year).

    I’m using a ruled large Moleskine notebook for a custom calendar and each month begins with a pretty image. Next year I will use these scaled down to fit a page.

  20. Nina says:

    Hi, seems like this last batch is printing smaller, like someone else noted before me. Would appreciate the larger size! I’ve printed all now and they look so lovely that I’m thinking of giving them as present to someone with an empty wall in a summer house.

  21. Simona says:

    Thank you so much for these ๐Ÿ™‚

  22. […] found some free succulent prints by searching google. You can click HERE for the ones I used. I am in no way affiliated with this blog, but I loved these prints and FREE = […]

  23. […] Interested in vintage-inspired botanical wall art? Grab this collection of 12 botanical herb prints.  […]

  24. Allyson Forbis says:

    I was wondering what tape did you use? I LOVE this set, thank you!! so happy I stumbled across your blog!

    • Rebecca says:

      Welcome!! ๐Ÿ™‚ So glad you ended up here, too! I think I used washi tape, or maybe even masking tape! <3

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