Sometimes it is hard transcending into a new season… especially when you are saying good bye to the bright and sunny days of summer and preparing for cooler days ahead.
Using a soft colour palette is a gentle way to introduce fall & autumn into your decor and I have several free printable projects for you that embrace the softest mauves, plums, sage greens and blues.
A framed print is an inexpensive and easy way to start adding touches of fall to your decor.
Try hanging them on the wall, pop them into a vignette or even just pin one to your notice board.
These three fall and autumn 8” x 10” prints are available to download from my newsletter subscribers ‘Members Only’ freebies page. If you are already a member, simply click this link and use your password to enter.
Please Note: the member’s password changed last week and was included in your newsletter email.
Last year I shared a full banner kit for fall that was free to download.
It has over 30 elements and is a perfect way to infuse a feeling of a cooling of the seasons.
Pick and choose which items you wish to include and construct a banner to suit your decor.
The printable fall banner is available to download HERE.
Another free fall printable that is included in my Newsletter ‘Members Only’ page are these pretty fall tags.
They match perfectly with the free 8’ x 10” fall printables above.
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I hope this post has given you some ideas for gently falling into autumn!
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Doris I. Hoyt says
I couldn’t remember the password. Is it a one for all thing or individual?
Hi Doris, the new password was included in the newsletter that went out on the 2nd September. If you no longer have the newsletter, please shoot me an email and I’ll give you the password lovely. 🙂