Free Fall Printables! Because Your House Isn’t Seasonal Enough.Humor
The temperatures are dipping, the leaves are changing and the wood stove is cooking (at least occasionally.) It finally feels like fall in Jersey. We even got pumpkins carved and placed out on the front steps before October 31st. Inside, as usual, things are rather sparse. Once again, I turned to my mainstay Pinterest for some cheap decor ideas and I noticed tons of free fall printables, and a bunch of suggestions on how to display said printables. Who needs cobwebs and plastic leaves and hand-felted wreaths when I can just click, print, and tape? Make it washi tape for some extra gusto (and because apparently fancy duct tape will remove the paint from your walls)!
Because I’m always looking out for my readers I thought I would help you spruce up your homes this fall with my own line of free seasonal printables. Get your frames / corkboards / fancy clipboards ready! (Click each image to view it as a download ready 8×10 pdf.)
1. I noticed lots of printables that were just a bunch of words all jammed together on one page. Whatever. If you like crowded, seasonal words, this is for you.
2. Those ‘Keep Calm And Carry On’ knock offs are still going strong too. This one is dedicated to the endless chore of raking leaves, most of which still wind up as large soggy piles of compost that leave dead spots around our yard come early spring.
3. Lots of folks also like to display uplifting scripture. I thought this passage from Job was perfect for Halloween.
4. Lastly, chalkboard printables: for people who have still managed to not hang or paint an actually chalkboard anywhere in their house. (Good for them. It’s a huge dust mess, which NOBODY tells you about until kids are tracking the stuff through the house.)
If the response is good, stay tuned for Christmas and eventually printables about my least favorite season, winter. I’m also available for custom work! Let me know if you need something special whipped up for a birthday party or special feast day!
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