Watercolor is something I am quickly coming to love! If you have spent any time here on the blog you may have seen that I like to offer FREE printables to my readers. Today, I wanted to offer you a new set of hand painted watercolor plant printables.
As the weather begins to warm here in my town, I am starting to yearn for spring. The only problem with the spring weather around our place is that it is often visited by many a snow storm. You never really know what kind of day you are going to have.
In addition to that, the ground is still dead. The plants and trees haven’t yet come out of their winter slumber. I think that it is almost harder than enduring the winter. We now have to deal with wrath that winter left behind.
So, in hopes of bringing a bit of brightness to the still bleak world outside I wanted to create some watercolor printables. Hopefully these will inspire what I hope to see outside over the next few months. I may not be able to have green, luscious plants right now, but I can paint them and that is almost the same thing. Well, I don’t have to water them I guess!
I am so excited to be featuring my new plant printables along with so many other incredibly talented bloggers and their spring printables! This group of bloggers is so talented and I love that I get to be part! I am also really grateful the Kristen from Ella Claire Inspired for putting this all together.
You can check out the rest of the bloggers participating at the bottom of this post!
Now, lets check out these fun spring inspired plant printables. I have a few plants hanging out around my house and they were really the inspiration for these watercolor prints.
Simple green plants in cute little pots. Now, who doesn’t like that? I know I do. It was a lazy Sunday afternoon when I felt inspired to paint these watercolor plant printables. I was in the mood to create and watercolor is always a fun outlet. They go great with this set of watercolor olive branch printables I made last week.
I love how low maintenance it is when you get the watercolors out. Its so easy to start and finish a project quickly and without a lot of supplies. I think it is a really fun hobby to undertake if you are looking for something inexpensive and fairly easy to learn.
But, if you would just rather get some that have already been made, then I am glad you are here because I made these just for you!
This is a set of 3 watercolor plants in pots. I really like creating in sets of three. I feel that they made a great grouping if you want to print out all three. They also are cute just one on one. These are very organic in nature, and are just a fun pop of spring and color to any space.
They were mounted on my wood panels that I have used often all through the year to showcase different printables. I love to add unique artwork to my home every season, and spring is such a fun time to do it! Its an easy way to add a pop of color to your home. Whether you like a muted color pallet or bold one, these watercolor plant printables will go great!
Not to toot my own horn, but I think they are really cute!
Each one features different watercolor plants, in a cute little planter.
They are an easy way to add a touch of spring to your home’s decor without spending any money or taking a lot of time to do it! You could frame them, use a clipboard to feature them, or hang them on a magnet board.
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Now, are you looking for more printable ideas? Check out all my friends amazing printables below!
Feather and Nest Spring Towel Template by Craftberry Bush | I Love Paris in the Springtime by So Much Better with Age | Hurry Up Spring! by Home Made Lovely | Vintage Amber Bottle Label by Blesser House
DIY Easy Cupcake Wrapper by Happy Happy Nester | Fresh Flower Market by Clean and Scentsible | Bright and Beautiful Watercolor by Maison de Pax | Sunflowers and Butterfly Muffin Wrapper by Paint Me Pink
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