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Series of Four Watercolour Floral Art {free printables}

Today I’m sharing a series of four watercolour floral art free printables that would be beautiful grouped together on a wall or choose just one of two to display on your mantel or in a vignette.

Good morning, friends! I’m really excited to be sharing a beautiful floral watercolour series with you today that I worked on designing just before we left for our spring break vacation. Now that I’m soaking up some fun family time down in Mexico, I’m loving the full scope of colourful flowers all around us.


Hearing the birds chirp, seeing the sun shine, and revelling in the blue of the sky down here is making me crave spring and summer at home. I can’t wait to start enjoying warmer spring weather once we return home. PlusI’m beginning to let me mind wander towards our new the yard and garden. Anyone else excited about the arrival of the outdoor seasons?!

But until the ground stops freezing at night, I’ll have to content myself with adding pretty flowers to our front deck pots as well as by adding some flowers inside. I think this series of four floral watercolour art prints is a perfect way to add some cheery spring colour to almost any space in your home!

I hope you love them as much as I do…

Free Printable Watercolour Floral Prints graphic

And today, several of my talented blogging friends are sharing their beautiful spring printables as well in a fun hop hosted by Kristen from Ella Claire Inspired. Make sure to check out the bottom of the post to see what else is being shared by my blogger friends.

Floral watercolor beside a vase full of tulips.

Pink and blue flowers in the watercolor.

I made this printable as part of a series of four, and it is available as a 5×7 or an 8×10!

Here are the other ones in the series:

Series of four free watercolour art prints poster.

I didn’t have a chance to hang these on our walls before we left for our spring break vacation, but I plan to create a grouping with all four of the pretty prints in this series when we get back from holidays, and I’ll add some new pictures of it to this post when I do so.

All my printables are available to my email subscribers in my printable library.

To download your own copy, all you need to do is sign up for access to my printables library below, or if you are already an email subscriber you can access it through the printable library right now!

After signing up for my email list, make sure to watch your inbox for a confirmation email. Once you’ve been confirmed, you will get a follow up email with the detailed information about how to access this, and ALL, my free printables!

Allow a bit of time to receive that email, and if you haven’t gotten it within a couple of hours, then make sure to check your junk mail folder. If you still haven’t received it, then send me an email and I’ll make sure that you’ve been added properly and forward you some instructions.

The folder in my printable library is called: Series of Four Watercolour Art Printables

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Then PIN it!!

The free printable.

And today I’m joined by some super talented friends who are also sharing their spring printables, in this fun spring printable hop hosted by the talented Kristen from Ella Claire Inspired. 

I know you will love all of these gorgeous designs…

Vintage prints tour.

 8×10 Vintage Postcard Easter Bunny by Ella Claire
Easter Banners by Tatertots and Jello
2019 Floral Calendar by Tidbits
Spring Flower Cones by Designthusiasm

Prints blog tour.

Set of 3 Handpainted Spring Watercolors by Twelve on Main
Botanical Spring Flowers by Live Laugh Rowe
HOP to it Spring Printable by Nest of Posies
Spring Nest Watercolor by Nina Hendrick

Watercolour prints tour.

Spring Herbs by My Someday in May
Series of Four Watercolour Art by The Happy Housie
Black and White Florals by Zevy Joy
Leaves and Mushrooms Wood Slices by Town and Country Living

Blog tour watercolor prints.

Feather and Nest Spring Towel Template by Craftberry Bush
I Love Paris in the Springtime by So Much Better with Age
Hurry Up Spring! by Home Made Lovely
Vintage Amber Bottle Label by Blesser House

DIY Easy Cupcake Wrapper by Happy Happy Nester
Fresh Flower Market by Clean and Scentsible
Bright and Beautiful Watercolor by Maison de Pax
Sunflowers and Butterfly Muffin Wrapper by Paint Me Pink

Welcome Spring by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Spring Bingo Cards by My Sweet Savannah
‘Happy Easter’ Bunny Tags by Boxwood Avenue
Spring Spring Spring by Taryn Whiteaker

Fern Botanical by Jennifer Rizzo Design Co.
Believing in Spring by anderson + grant

Isn’t it incredible how many beautiful spring printables there are?!

If you want to remember these, just PIN it!

26 Gorgeous free printables for spring poster.


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    1. Hi Patti – when you sign up for the email list, you are sent an email with a link and password to the google doc where are the printables are stored. Let me know if I can help further!

  1. I saw the link at the bottom of your email but it just brings me back to the confirmation email. I hope i can downloaded.

    1. Hi Melinda,

      I see that you have been sent the email with the information for how to access the printable library – it may have gone into your junk mail folder? If you can’t find it anywhere, let me know and I will forward you some instructions:)

  2. I can’t find a link to enter your password for the free printables. It just keeps telling me to “subscribe” but I’ve been a member for years. Please fix the problem. Thanks.
    The printables are gorgeous!

    1. Hi Barbara,
      The instructions, link, and password are at the bottom of every email that I send out to my subscribers so that it’s easy to find. I’ll email you some further directions.

  3. Your site is very confusing. I signed up used the password and now I can’t find the library for the printable s. Very frustrating.

    1. Hi Lisa,
      I’m sorry to hear you are having trouble. I’ll email you some instructions to make it easier.

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