15 Free Summer Printables

We’re in July and celebrating the days of summer. What better way to celebrate the season than to spruce up your home with free printables, plan a family night, play games like Bingo, decorate coloring pages, make a summer memory book, or make ice cream cones? Back in May 2019, I wrote this post sharing fun summer printables on the net.

I try to update old posts and check links at least yearly. In the last 4 years, several blog posts shared no longer exist and one that is still there caused my anti-virus software to go into protection mode due to malware. I decided it was time to totally update my post with clean, free summer printables. It’s easier now more than ever to infuse your summer with lively family fun. I love the power of print and have scoured the web to find some of the best printables for your home. The only thing you have to do is choose and download the free printable and decide how to use it.

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Spring Watercolor Furry Friends Printables

March 19th is the first day of spring, and I am ready to welcome it with open arms. You know I love discovering beautiful free graphics and using them to create something slightly or greatly different. I found adorable graphic furry animals and added flowers and more flowers. Today’s prints are a collection of 4 furry friends: the fox, squirrel, bunny, and cat. They are pictured with lots of watercolor flowers for Easter and spring.  They are all  sized 12″ x 12″.  Add some chic, modern, and adorable decor to your home; I think they are perfect for many decor styles, especially the cottage and farmhouse look. Read More

Celtic Symbols: Celtic Cross and Knot Prints

The Celts lived across most of Europe during the Iron Age. Several hundred years before Julius Caesar, they occupied many parts of central and western Europe, especially what are now Austria, Switzerland, southern France and Spain.  By the mid-1st millennium, with the expansion of the Roman Empire and migrating Germanic tribes, Celtic culture had become restricted to Ireland, the western and northern parts of Great Britain (Wales, Scotland, and Cornwall), the Isle of Man, and Brittany. I don’t think I’m the only person who thinks of the British Isles when I hear the word Celts.

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