It’s nearly February and that means Valentine’s Day! which also means copious amounts of chocolate, and any holiday that comes with chocolate is a-ok with me! But, like we’ve talked about before, I don’t go all-out decorating for every holiday anymore like I used to, or like I always thought I would. Simple, classic decorating year-round is becoming more and more my style, with a few little seasonal touches like this. So for this month’s collaboration with Canon, we wanted to do something that’s all about love and family but that can stay up year round (like these carved birch tree printables).
We love the neutral modern farmhouse style that’s so popular right now, so we combined a hand-drawn style wreath with a classic initial to create a set of custom printable farmhouse monograms, the easiest family name wall art you’ll find!
Just download the file below, fill in the custom fields for initial letter, family name, and year established, then click print. So easy!
We printed this on the compact and sleek Canon TS9020, but we’ve provided a larger print file below as well so you can experience the beauty of printing a 13×19 home decor print on the Canon iP8720 crafting printer that we LOVE.
You can print it on regular paper, but we’d recommend something heavier like matte photo paper.
Place your farmhouse family name sign in a frame for a fast and easy personalized decorating project (or housewarming gift! wedding gift!)
And, because we LOVE our fellow Remodelaholics, this printable set includes THREE styles in FOUR colors each, in TWO different sizes (both 8.5×11 letter and 13×19) for a total of… drumroll please… flex that mental math muscle… 24 different options!! Factor in all 26 letters of the alphabet and you have… well, a LOT of options for home decorating and gift giving.
Click the links below to get your free printable and be sure to tag us #imaremodelaholic and #craftywithcanon to show off your pictures of how you use it in your home.
Click here to download the 8.5×11 family name monogram set
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Canon. The opinions and text are all mine.