5 Free Autumn Printables for Your Home

What a week! I went back to school with students this week and the girls had dance competition try outs. Everything went well, but boy am I tired!

It’s about a thousand degrees outside and it’s very much still summer, but I cannot wait for fall! I thought this week, I’d share some cute fall printables with you.

As always, please remember these are for personal use only. Do not use them for profit, and if you use them and post to the internet, please tag me. To download, simply right click on the picture of your choice and save it to your device. For best results, do not print larger than 8×10.

1. Hello fall pumpkin

Simple and to the point 🙂

2. Watercolor pumpkin

3. Super cute tree

4. Pumpkin spice latte love

I’m not a fan, but many of you are!

5. Pumpkin spice print

I hope you enjoy these free prints! I will see you again this Wednesday for some more fall goodness and craftiness!

Have a wonderful Monday.

New Uses for Old Things: DIY plant pots

Lately, I find myself trying to save money on my gardening supplies. If you aren’t careful, you can spend a lot on seed cells and plant pots. Why not try to use some of what you already have on hand?

I must have about a hundred of these. And yogurt cups! I decided to peel the labels off and wash them out.

I then spray painted them a color I liked.

And I let them dry for about a day.

Don’t forget to drill a drainage hole in the bottom of the cup.

And then your super cute planters are ready to go!

DIY Raised Beds

About four years ago, my grandpa and I built some farmhouse shutters. You may remember them from this post.

I no longer have the window in my kitchen where these were used, and I don’t have anywhere else I’d like to use them. You know lumber is crazy expensive now and I’ve been itching for some raised beds.

I started by removing the hinges and hardware from the shutters. I left the basic shutter shape though.

I then simply joined the sides with wood screws.

And then I added cardboard and chicken wire to the bottom.

Tomorrow I am putting potting soil and plants in it. I can’t wait to show you what I plant.

I am also recycling some other former projects to create more raised beds.

Happy Easter!

In observance of the Easter holiday, we will be closed this weekend and will resume our regular posting schedule on Monday, April 5.

Have a wonderful and blessed Easter.

Free printable coloring pages

Does anyone else really like to color when you’re feeling stressed or overwhelmed? I don’t often find myself with time to color or draw, but when I have extra time, I find it peaceful and relaxing.

Instead of my usual once a month printable, I decided to do something different this time: offer three botanical prints that you can color, paint, or simply print, frame and hang up. They’re simply designed and I think they’re adorable. Remember, for best results, do not print larger than 8.5X11. To download, simply right-click and save them to your machine. Please do not use these for commercial use; they are to be used for free and personal use only. And, as always, if you should use these in a blog post, please tag me and give me credit. Thanks!