Free Printable Invasion

I’m serious when I say that I think one of the best things about blogging and the internet is free printables! They add so much character to your home without having to spend lots of money. Thank you to all you who provide little ol’ me with free stuff for my home! I’ve talked about a few different places you can find free printables here, but I decided that for my open shelves in the kitchen I wanted something specific and custom-matched to my color scheme. What’s a DIYer to do? Why, make one herself!

I wanted to create something that was meaningful to me, but that also had some connection to eating and the kitchen. While searching around, I came across 1 Corinthians 10:31 and knew that it was perfect for this!


 

I found a pattern that I loved by Moo & Puppy (it’s the morrocan trellis pattern that comes in a bajillion colors), uploaded it to Picnik and went to town. Why doesn’t everyone buy digital paper? Seriously, there are SO many uses for it and it’s so darn cheap! Plus, you can get 15% off if you use the code RHBC15.


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Anyway, back to the printables. I have three identical frames in the kitchen that I spray-painted turquoise, and needed to fill them with something. I made this one using a great Julia Child saying…


 





….and printed this beautiful peacock from The Graphics Fairy!





Three cheap thrift store frames + free printables = one happy girl! And since I’m so happy, I decided to share the love.


 


Free Eat, Drink, Glory of God Printable





It’s a 5 x 7 print and you can choose from three different colors: mustard yellow, turquoise and lime green.





Click here to Download Printables

 


I’m excited to finish accessorizing my open shelves, but you got a little glimpse today of how they’re shaping up. What do you think?




Have you ever made your own printable? Do share!



jess

 

Comments

  1. Anonymous says

    I love your printable! Your shelves look like they are almost ready. Just one thought, your facebook post, “I love me some …” is horrible use of the English language and you should try to avoid such common speech! Otherwise I love your blog!

  2. Megan says

    Love it! On another note I am on the hunt for the perfect grey wallpaper for our dining room and I love yours! Any chance you can share the brand? :)

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