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autumn essentials {freebie art print}

Ah, sweet autumn. The air becomes crisp, the leaves begin to change and my beloved brown boots make an appearance.

Just like I did for the summertime, I came up with a few of my favorite fall essentials {pumpkin pie with whip cream, cozy throw blankets and candlelight, just to name a few} and created a new watercolor painting.

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I scanned the original painting, added titles and turned it into a printable pdf for your enjoyment. It’s a fun piece to put out for the fall {maybe on your entry table? Or on your mantle?} or to give a friend who loves the fall as much as I do.

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You can download the print below, then print on your favorite paper. I printed mine on matte photo paper to get the best image quality.

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Enjoy!

 

46 thoughts on “autumn essentials {freebie art print}”

  1. This is so stinkin adorable!! Thanks so much for sharing! I think my readers would love this!! Would you mind if I reposted it on my blog and gave credit back to your site?

  2. I came across your blog this week and just printed and framed this! It is absolutely beautiful and I’m hopeful that you will create winter/spring pieces as well. Thanks!

  3. I love this! Just printed it and am going to find a frame for it now. Have printed the summer one ready for next year too!

    Thank you so much for sharing. I wonder, would a Winter/Christmas one be in the offing soon?!

  4. Emily! I just found your blog this week and I am so in love with this free print. I just got married and we are still filling our walls. How big will this print and still look nice do you think? Also in your about you section you said you were created to create! My old youth pastor’s wife just wrote a book about creating and it releases Oct. 1. It is called A Million Little Things. You should check it out!

  5. Love, love love this autumn print. I still have the summertime essentials up. Love that one too!!!! I look forward every day to looking at your blog. It makes me so happy. (my kids even talk about your blog) Obsessed? No, I like to say a faithful follower! I just picked up the better homes and gardens mag today and I was giddy!!! I feel like you are my friend and I wanted to call (text) you and say great job on the magazine. Keep up the great work. :)

  6. What!? Something is missing. A latte cup perhaps…did you quit drinking coffee? Pumpkin spice is already available a sure sign of Fall!

  7. This week’s local weather is in the upper 90s, and your generous and lovely print makes me look forward to Autumn all the more!

    Quick question–how did you hang the frame? I have a faux brick wall that needs some love.

  8. I’m so excited you did one for the Fall! I loved the Summer one you did. I print theses and switch it out in a frame at my office…it helps to keep things new and fresh. One thing I did was print it on a cream/tanish toned paper and it added a little warmth to the print…just food for thought :)

    Thanks again! You are great!

  9. Thanks for the great print! You are so talented!! I was looking through the archive and one thing I didn’t see was your lunch box cards you made awhile back. I needed to print some new ones and I was in the archive for the autumn print and I didn’t see them. They are great little cards for the lunch box and we love them!
    Thanks!!

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