Hey there! I’m so over winter already so I figured this would be the perfect week to finally post the set of 3 floral nursery prints that I painted for my friend Katy. It’ll be a while before we see flowers outside so why not have them indoors! This post is definitely long overdue. I mean, Katy’s adorable baby is already a year old so yeah, it’s been at least a year since I’ve painted these. Better late than never though, right? Well, if you’re looking for floral watercolor prints to decorate a nursery I’ve got the hookup with these 3 FREE printables. I think that these would be perfect for a little girls room or even to decorate elsewhere in a home if you wanted to just use the two prints that are only flowers.
When Katy asked me if I would paint these for her I have to admit, I was a bit nervous. I had never painted flowers before so I didn’t know how they would turn out. That said, I think that they turned out great in the end. She totally loved them so I’ll call that a win.
Ok, let’s take a closer look at each of the three floral nursery prints now. I threw them into an off white frame with an 8×10 matte so that you could get a sense of what they look like framed. There is one print for the center that says “In a field of roses she is a wildflower”. The text is surrounded by a floral wreath. I also painted two floral bouquets to go on each side of the center print with the text.
“In a field of roses she is a wildflower.”
If you would like to download these floral watercolor nursery prints, head over to my free resource library page and scroll down to the art prints section. My free downloads are available exclusively for my subscribers. If you have yet to subscribe, just click here and enter your email. From there you’ll get a confirmation email with a special secret password to access my free resource library page.
If you don’t have a printer at your home you could always go to staples or office depot and have them print them for you there. It’s actually really inexpensive to have prints done at both places.
I’d love to see where you use these prints. If you’re on social media please tag @handmadeweekly or #handmadeweekly.