Valentine Printable: Vintage Blooms
Have you all seen the HGTV design show Fixer Upper? I’m pretty much obsessed; I’ve watched from the beginning and have never missed an episode! Hosts Chip & Joanna Gaines finds, renovates and decorates old homes for their clients in Waco, Texas. Season Two just recently started and if you haven’t watched, you are missing out! I always get so inspired by seeing how they decorate the homes. So what does this have to do with a Valentine printable?! In one of the recent episodes they were helping a cute young couple look for their first home. The couple had this saying “Grow old along with me the best is yet to be.” Joanna (the host and designer) had a metal art piece made for their home with this saying on it. I just thought that was the sweetest saying and was my inspiration behind this Valentine printable.
The best part about this printable is that you can keep it up all year long if you wanted to, since it doesn’t scream Valentine’s Day! The vintage blooms remind me of those vintage Valentine’s Day postcards. You can download this printable by clicking on the link towards the bottom of this post. You can print the download in any size you’d like. Below I’ve shown you some ways to display printables. You can also print out and use as a Valentine’s Day card for your loved one, by writing a message on the back. -just saved you $4.00 right there 😉
One of my favorite ways to display a print is with washi tape. The nice part about washi tape is that it doesn’t ruin the wall/surface after you remove the tape. The print displayed below is an 8×10.
Another way is to display your print in a frame. The print below is a 4×6.
Or, just cut the print to size and prop it against your favorite piece of decor.
Marissa shows another adorable way to display your printables in this post.
I’d love how to see how you display this printable. Share your pictures on your Instagram with the following hashtag: #allingoodtwine and tag me in your picture: @alisambloom
The colors are a lot more vibrant in the image below, but I kind of love how mine printed. The colors are softer and muted, almost vintage like, which is the look I was going for.
Thanks for stopping by! Hope you have a wonderful week…the best is yet to be!