Free Vintage Botanical Printables
Hi friends, it’s Alicia from A Burst of Beautiful and I am so happy to be joining you once again on Lucy’s lovely blog. Today I have some very sweet printables to share with you.
We live in a typical builder basic home (you can stop by for a visit and take our full house tour here) in the city, but have big dreams of one day building our own little farmhouse nestled in the country. I absolutely love the simplicity and organic feel that accompanies country living and the thought of someday owning our very own farmhouse leaves me so happy. Until then, we are always finding little ways to add simple farmhouse details and charm to this house we call home.
And while this home doesn’t have the sprawling countryside views I dream of, our house is surrounded by beautifully flowering bushes and pretty little trees full of fresh buds. It is now, as spring finally awakens and signs of summer slowly begin to appear outside our windows that I like to draw from nature and incorporate a few subtle hints of the season into our home as well.
Lately, I have been so drawn to the beautiful detail of vintage botanical prints. The dainty floral illustrations and the pretty script get me every time. In fact, one of my favorite ways to add a bit of these farmhouse details to our home is to decorate with well-worn vintage pieces, a few of my favorite pieces are a chippy wooden toolbox, our daughter’s highchair and distressed vintage windows. I love that these pieces come with a history and story all their own.
I haven’t had much luck finding a set of original vintage botanical prints yet, so I decided to make a few Vintage Wild Flower Botanical prints and share them with you.
I made a set of four prints featuring delicate wild flowers, they instantly stir up the thought of warm summer days spent exploring the countryside (last year I made a similar set, you can download them here).
These prints look pretty on their own or arrange them together as a part of gallery wall for a simple and eye-catching piece of art.
I hope you enjoy these prints as much as I do!