Download this free spring wreath printable and dress up your walls for spring!
One of the easiest, cheapest ways to decorate your walls is with free printables.
I’m excited to share a fun little spring wreath printable with you guys today that you can download and print out to frame or display.
Hopefully the weather will take the hint and spring will actually arrive soon? Not looking likely around here since we have PILES of snow everywhere. But hopefully!
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Today’s post is part of a blog hop hosted by my friend Carrie from Lovely Etc, which means there are 16 free printables you can download below. Just hop around to the other blog posts linked at the end of this post!
I popped our printable in one of our DIY picture frames (we used a heat gun to get the burned finish) so I printed it at just 4.5″ x 4.5″. You could print it a little bigger though if you have a different frame you’re planning to put it in!
I also made a graphic of just the wreath (without the “hello, spring” text) in case you want to use it year round.
How to get the spring wreath printable:
If you’re already an email subscriber, hop over to my free printables library to get your copy. You also received a link right to the downloadable file in your email this morning! Or you can sign up in the box below to get it emailed right to you again. (You won’t get added to the email list twice.)
If you’re not an email subscriber yet, sign up in the box below to gain access to my free printables library and subscribe to new blog posts (typically 1-2 posts per week). The link for the free printable will arrive in your email inbox shortly. Enjoy!
*Please note: All printables and downloads designed by Green with Decor are for personal use only. Please do not alter the files or claim them as your own. These files are not intended for resale, nor are the printed versions of these files.
You can print the file as is, or copy/paste it into a word doc, where you can resize to what size you’d like! (I printed mine at 4.5″ x 4.5″.)
I also think the printable would look pretty taped to a piece of cardboard (for support) and placed on one of those little plate stands.
More spring printables:
Remember to hop around to see all of the other bloggers’ spring printables! Such a fun, cheap way to update your walls for spring!
Spring wreath printable – Green with Decor (you’re here!)
Here’s to spring! Hopefully, anyway.
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