As I mentioned before, I’ve been collecting links for free printables on a board on Pinterest. My thought is that these will be perfect for filling in gaps in a gallery wall. (Gallery walls are a large part of my e-design business.) I’ve been culling through all my links. Some of the links are dead. And a lot of the pins are a jumble of random free printables.
I’ve decided to start categorizing some of my favorites to share with you! Today- an awesome collection of Black and White printables. As you can see in the graphic I made, they look great together! But you can also use them to fill gaps in your own gallery wall. All of these are for personal use only.
Let’s look at where they came from:
You can find this ampersand and a whole alphabet over at Carissa Miss. She designed this set as a gift for her brother-in-law.
Corina over at Cocorina painted this watercolor botanical herself. It may not be anything you can find growing anywhere- she pulled it from her own imagination.
I don’t know why, but this quote cracks me up! Angie made this one and a few others to decorate kids’ rooms over at Little Inspiration.
Elsie Larson whipped up this Andy Warhol quote print for her own gallery wall. I found it at A Beautiful Mess.
This is funny because it is true! When I am in creative mode, I leave a mess wherever I go! Katie made this printable in both a chalkboard and non-chalkboard look on her blog: Mountain Modern Life. As a little aside, Katie and her husband Eric are packing up their 1700 square foot home and moving into their 300 square foot RV to travel for a year! Head over to her blog to follow their adventures!
Can you even read this quote without singing Elton John? Jen made this printable as part of a set over at Craft-o-Matic.
Catherine has two amazing photos that she took of two of the cameras in her collection over at Design Editor. Bonus: these can be blown up to 24 x 36 poster size prints!
I have a pointing finger in one of the gallery walls in my home and lots of people ask me about it. When I saw this free printable from Double-M on FLickr, I knew I had to share.
This is one of two free prints Desirée is offering on her blog, The 36th Avenue. She made them for her entryway gallery wall.
Karen has lots and lots of free graphics like these coffee spoons on The Graphics Fairy. I have been following her and getting her e-mails for years!
The pineapple, an age-old symbol of welcome. Audrey has made this free printable in 3 different colorways. Check it out on her blog, Oh So lovely.
This is actually one of four Mandala-like printables made by Cyndy over at The Creativity Exchange. Be sure to pop over to her blog and see them all! It was hard to choose just one!
So, there you are! 12 Awesome Black and White Printables—for FREE! I plan to do several more of these posts so be sure to click the follow button in the lower right corner of your screen or
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