If you’ve visited my blog before, you know I LOVE putting together gallery walls. I’ve even garnered the nickname “Gallery Girl”. Helping clients with gallery walls has become a steadily increasing part of my business. I have actually done walls with a travel theme. I don’t know that I would make a wall out of just these freebies, but they do look nice together. My thought was more that you would use your own travel photos as the basis for a gallery wall and then fill in with some of these pieces that I found on-line. All of these are for personal use only. This is group 1. Here is where they can be found:
Andrea has all 50 states over at The Cottage Market. I chose Pennsylvania because that is where I live and I wanted a horizontal picture. LOL! These have the state names on them, but I chose not to use it here.
This is one of several free printables in this one post alone from Kyla at House of Hipsters. Poke around on her site. She seems like a lot of fun!
I love the idea of printing out all of these luggage tags, but the sad fact is…they probably won’t print very large. The original link I found to them is defunct. Becky used them for an American Airlines party she did and there is a link on her site The Burke Family & a Box of Cupcakes -Adventures in Adoption. The file size is pretty small, but they are still cool!
Crystal made up this print to share on her blog Exploration America. This is a fun blog where she shares her adventures of traveling the US with her family of five.
Full disclosure- you will probably not be able to blow this up as the centerpiece of your gallery wall as I have done here. I just did it so you could read it. This was actually designed by Katie Pertiet as a 3×4 card for scrapbooking on her website Katiepertiet.com.
Missie from Lost Bumble Bee made this free printable in 3 different styles each in 3 different sizes. It is part of a longer quote from Hans Christian Anderson: To move, to breathe, to fly, to float, To gain all while you give, To roam the roads of lands remote, To travel is to live.
This cute little hot air ball0on was drawn by Ellen Kozyra Currier. It can be found on Feed Your Soul: The Free Art Project along with lots of other free art prints.
There’s not a lot of info about the maker of this Adventuring print, but you can find it at Couple Jones.
Andrea from The Cottage Market made these gold foil countries, too, but these she shared on Shabby Creek Cottage. There are LOTS of countries to choose from!
Meredith made this print and a couple of others to decorate her sister’s bridal shower. Isn’t that a fun idea? You can find this at Unoriginal Mom.
This is group 2. Here is where they can be found:
Here’s another one from Missie at Lost Bumble Bee. You know I am a sucker for song lyrics!
I found this vintage poster from Canadian National Railways on Bloglovin’. It is from Freevintageposters.com. (I told you you’d be seeing more from this website!)
This printable is from Katie at This Mountain Life. I shared with you before that Katie & her husband, Eric sold their home and moved into their RV to travel for a year. They are now about 3 weeks into the journey if you want to follow along!
I love this! It is a fake vintage-style travel poster for Arendelle from the movie Frozen. It fit my color scheme and it is clever! Alexis has a bunch of links to different Disney vintage style travel posters over at Persia Lou.
Here is another poster from Free Vintage Posters. There are soooo many great ones to choose from!
I mean, really! See:
Ok. Last one. For now. But I knew my son would really like this vintage United Airlines poster for Japan.
Lisa Mabey made this with and without words over at Mabey She Made It. Isn’t it lovely?
This map of the United States is one of four found on Mr. Printables. They were actually made to do geography lessons, but this one is so colorful! It would look great in a gallery wall!
Ashley Mayes made this printable for a travel gallery wall over at Bigger than the Three of Us. It’s also available in black and white.
This card was actually on a sheet of printables made for scrapbooking. You might be able to print it as a 5 x 7, I doubt you could get it any bigger than that. I found it at Paper Crafts and Scrapbooking.
You can hang this printable of all 50 state license plates on your wall or use it as a check list to play the license plate game while driving long distances. It was made by Jen at I Heart Organizing.
That’s all of them! Comment below if you decide to try any of them or let me know if you know of other good travel printables! I would love if you could take a moment to follow my blog with Bloglovin.