free vintage hydrangea printable art
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Decorating with hydrangeas is one of my favorite things for most of the year,
including fall. They dry out and fade into such beautiful soft shades. I’ve
used them for decorations on tiered trays, in pitchers, and even on various
mantels. I also love vintage botanical prints and am sharing some free
printables with you today.
It’s part of a fall printables hop hosted by my friend Carrie at Lovely, Etc. There are 14 creative and talented bloggers sharing free printable art
with you and all of them can be found at the bottom of this post.
I’m sharing some of the ways I’ve used hydrangeas in my decor in this post and you can get the free printables below. One way I like to use them is in tiered trays, like the one below. You can see more of it here: Fall Tiered Tray with Vintage and Natural Items and you can see how the super easy way I dry my hydrangea blooms here: How to Dry Hydrangeas
Our hydrangea bush produces some beautiful blooms that change colors
throughout the season. Each color is so pretty, but the muted fall colors are
always my favorites. I left the ones below out on our deck after they had
dried to a soft blue color and the early fall heat turned them into an antique
brown shade. It was a happy accident. See more of this fall mantel here: Fall Mantel with Vintage and Natural Items
Mix dried hydrangeas with a few items from the produce department and you’ve
got a simple but beautiful fall arrangement. See the details of this tiered tray here: Tiered Tray Styling Ideas
Add some to a shelf or mantel with a few faux florals for a colorful fall
display. See the details of this mantel here: Fall Mantel with Muted Colors
Put a few in an old wooden box for a super simple arrangement.
If you love hydrangeas as much as I do, then you’ll enjoy these free
vintage hydrangea printables. I found them after searching through some free public art from the
1800’s and edited the shades of the flowers to give them a subtle fall
Simply download them and print them at home or send the files to your local printer for instant,
free, and beautiful art. I had mine printed on 8 1/2 x 11 cardstock from
Staples. They’re a little bigger than the opening in the mat, but it doesn’t
I used these wooden frames in the charcoal color and the 11 x 14 size.
Note: You can see how I converted on old, basic file cabinet into this vintage looking one here: DIY File Cabinet Makeover
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