Your Christmas decorations are all put away and you’re ready to display something for the winter season, right? I’ve got you covered with my free winter printable wall art!
You’ll be able to enjoy this snowflake print for a couple of months since winter doesn’t end until March 20. Printable wall art is so inexpensive and is easy as printing and popping it in a frame!
For this free winter printable, I used a wonderful snowflake quote and added some soft blue snowflakes to make you pretty winter home decor to hang for wall art or to display on a table.
It’s time for another “10 on the 10th” monthly challenge where I join a group of creative bloggers and we share ideas with our readers that cost less than $10 to make. The theme this month is “Winter Blues and Whites.” Be sure to click the links at the end of this post to see what they’ve created. Don’t miss out!
HOW MUCH WILL THE FRAMED WINTER PRINTABLE COST?
My free printable wall art should only cost you up to $8.50 for a frame, and about $1.00 for a laser print and a sheet of card stock. (See inexpensive frame suggestions below.)
FREE WINTER PRINTABLE WALL ART
- 110 lb. card stock
- paper cutter or scissors
- 8 x 10 frame
- home printer or laser printer
FRAME SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR WINTER PRINTABLE:
1. I have purchased 8 x 10 frames at Michael’s in the past for $8.50 using a 50% off coupon, like I did for my Thanksgiving free printable.
2. Walmart has decent 8 x 10 frames for as low as $4.00. They display them on an end cap near the frame aisle. I purchased one for my farmhouse winter printable.
3. You can paint an existing frame like I did for my “Let it Snow” free print. I used the same charcoal frame for today’s new printable, too.
The colors vary a lot when printing on a home computer versus a laser printer.
My print was done on a laser printer at Staples, which shows brighter colors. The print from your home computer will show much softer colors.
I highly recommend using 110 lb. cardstock as printing paper.
I hope you enjoy using my free winter printable wall art as part of your seasonal home decor!
CLICK THE LINKS BELOW TO SEE MORE WINTER IDEAS!
The Apple Street Cottage – Hot Cocoa for Winter
Patina & Paint – Winter Snowflakes
French Ethereal – How to Decorate with Wintertime Blues and Whites
Pandora’s Box – Blueberry Recipes