Autumn Leaves Free Printable Trio {How to Decorate for Fall on a Budget}

Hello!

Short post today just to share the autumn leaf prints I promised you yesterday in “how to decorate on a budget,” a part of the How To Decorate On A Budget series.  If you’ve missed the other posts in this series, check them out by clicking the links below. :)

Simple yet detailed leaves in the colors of the season are overlaid with three phrases that sum up the spirit of the season: “give thanks”, “be grateful”, and “count your blessings.”  These are 8×10 size.Continuation of the series "how to decorate for fall on a budget" get these autumn leaves printables for  free on TheDomesticHeart.com

I printed them on white card stock and mounted them on a simple reclaimed wood “frame” I made from old fencing.  I like the rustic wood in contrast with the crisp white, but I designed the prints with a transparent background, so there are many other ways you could use them.

I think they also would be great transferred to a burlap-covered canvas or a piece of white-washed wood, or even simply framed would be pretty.  I may create wood signs out of them next year for something different.Continuation of the series "how to decorate for fall on a budget" get these autumn leaves printables for  free on TheDomesticHeart.com

If you decide to use these free printables, I’d love to see what you do with them so I can share them on my Facebook page and Pinterest boards!!  Happy fall!

Continuation of the series "how to decorate for fall on a budget" get these autumn leaves printables for  free on TheDomesticHeart.comContinuation of the series "how to decorate for fall on a budget" get these autumn leaves printables for  free on TheDomesticHeart.comContinuation of the series "how to decorate for fall on a budget" get these autumn leaves printables for  free on TheDomesticHeart.com

From my {domestic} ♥ to yours,

Shelly
Printables are intended for personal use only.  Please do not sell or redistribute.  Please do not claim my work as your own.  That's just rude. :)

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Comments

  1. JaneEllen says

    Thank you so much for these, they’re my favorites of all the great printables you’ve offered. It’s so nice of you to share all this. Going back to download other printables and ideas. I love doing signs or printables to frame. Will have to go out to see if can find a piece of wood to put leaves on to hang. Might make one for daughter’s home also. Have some pallets may have good piece in them to use for these. Again thanks so much.

  2. Rhonda says

    These are wonderful printable to celebrate the season of blessings. Thank you for sharing them. Can’t wait to make my mom and sister one too. Be blessed.

  3. Meagan says

    These are beautiful! I’d like to print these for my kitchen but for the life of me I cannot figure out how to save the file for printing. When I scroll over it the only option is to Pin it. Is there a file I could download? Sorry if I am cluelessly missing something easy. I am so terrible with computers ;)

    • says

      Hi Meagan
      its ok, you are not the first one with that question! if you click on the picture itself (not the pin it button) it will take to the full size picture. Then on a pc you will right click on the image and that should give you the option to save the image. On a mac you can hold down “control” while clicking on the image. Once you’ve saved the image to your computer, Open with your photo program and print in the size desired. Hope this helps!

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