Christmas is just days away, and as much fun as we’ve had decorating for Christmas, I’m always just a *little* bit relieved to take it all down and get my house back to its normal level of decorating. As I’ve mentioned before, I’m not a big-time decorator, but I do like having a few little areas of seasonal decor to swap out, like my mantel or a floating shelf or two. This set of printable seasonal watercolor art prints is perfect for easy holiday decorating!
Printable Seasonal Watercolor Art Set for Easy Holiday Decorating
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Thanks to our sponsors at Canon, this full set of printables will deck your walls (or shelves or mantels) to be festive all year! This printable set also makes a really easy last-minute gift idea for Christmas, birthdays, housewarming parties, or as a gift for a friend, a child’s teacher, neighbors, etc. Just pick up a 12×12 frame from Amazon or a local craft store, add these prints, and tie it all up with a nice ribbon (or toss it in a gift bag #reallife). I hope my mother-in-law is surprised when she gets this for Christmas next week! 😉
We really like these frames from our herb prints (very solid, real glass, and a great price if you’re doing a bunch for gifts!). Since you’ll be switching the art out regularly, we’d recommend looking for frames with the swivel-type pieces that hold in the contents of the frame (or a spring/tension type setting) versus the bendy metal tabs that can break off after several uses (plus hurt your fingers.)
We’ve shared this set in two sizes before, and a few weeks ago we realized that these designs would be perfect to reformat to print 12×12 on our new Canon PIXMA TS9521C crafting printer. The TS9521C will print traditional 8.5×11 sizes beautifully as well, but when it comes to wall real estate, hanging a print that is just those few inches larger makes a big difference, so we’ve been having fun experimenting with the borderless 12×12 printing capacity, like we used for the set of 4 kitchen herb prints here.
If you prefer matted art or smaller prints, follow the instructions in the kitchen herb prints posts to scale these down to 8×8 or 6×6 prints instead. So versatile!
Download this print set in all 3 sizes here in the shop
On this shelf, we paired a neutral carved wood panel (from Michaels craft store last summer) with the thin black frame and a few colorful accessories for each month. Right now, we’ve got JOY with a few red Christmas ornaments
and we’re looking forward to switching it out for the blue and white Winter Wonderland of snowflakes — perfect for the blue and white dishes I collect!
Then we LOVE Valentine’s Day with pink flowers:
and going green for St. Patrick’s Day:
Onto colorful spring flowers and hope for the first day of spring and Easter:
and then summer sun (with this adorable little turquoise lantern):
and a patriotic starry red, white, and blue freedom print:
followed by beautiful fall colors:
And then we’re back to what I like to call Hallowthanksmas… since they all seem to blend together! But with these easy decor prints, you can decorate for all the holidays without spending a lot or feeling rushed for time to swap the decor — just store all the prints in the frame and it only takes a minute to swap each one out, from a spooky Halloween (and dollar store decor):
to a gorgeous wheat wreath for Thanksgiving:
and back to our winter and Christmas JOY!
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Lorene has been behind the scenes here at Remodelaholic for more than a decade! She believes that planning projects and actually completing them are two different hobbies, but that doesn't stop her from planning at least a dozen projects at any given time. She spends her free time creating memories with her husband and 5 kids, traveling as far as she can afford, and partaking of books in any form available.