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Free Horizontal Spring Print (NEW)

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Who wouldn't want to stroll through a lovely French flower market right about now? It seems like a wonderful way to welcome spring. Since most of us probably aren't heading to France right this minute, I thought I'd bring the flower market to our homes in the form of this new spring print. There are options with and without wording, and even extended print sizes. Check out this new spring print below.

Spring Print
Goodness, I'm just itching to get my Zinnias, Dahlias, and Sunflowers going in the garden...it's so hard for me to be patient until that last frost date. Until then, I'm designing loads of floral printables...for you and me. This spring print started out as a "filler" for something over my stove shelf after Valentine's but before St. Patrick's. And, then, I just loved it so much I left it there...and thought I'd share it with you, as well. Download your favorite size below (it comes in larger sizes than usual, too!).


Free Horizontal Spring Print

It's interesting, I have a lot of requests for horizontal designs, however, when I publish them, they aren't downloaded as much as the vertical designs. This time around, I needed the horizontal look in my own home, so that's where this started. 
Horizontal Printable
You can see above how I displayed my own spring print. I printed in "draft mode", so my background stripes are quite light. But, I was going for a bit more of a weathered look. Mine is the 8x10" size, matted and framed into an 11x14" frame from the thrift store.

Spring Print Wording Options

French Flower Market Printables

Since I know some of you prefer a wordless printable, that's an option with this one. The other has the French phrase:
  • le march√© aux fleurs 
  • translated: the flower market
I've also included the town name of Clermont-Ferrand, France as a bit of an extra wink to all of my Francophile kindred Francophile spirits out there. I'm not 100% sure of the flower markets in Clermont-Ferrand, but this fictitious one is probably really lovely, right?

How to Print Printables

Printing Your Spring Print

  • All of the flower market printable designs featured here are for personal use. However, if you own a small business and would like to utilize the physical, printed products in your business, please purchase a commercial license here
  • The 5x7" and 8x10" PDF designs can easily be printed at home. Use white, letter-sized cardstock for the best results (regular paper is too thin). Grab white cardstock here on Amazon.
  • If printing the JPEG options, you can follow the same directions for the oversized prints below, unless you have the capabilities to print your JPEGs at home. 

Printing the Larger Sized Prints

  • The larger 11x14" printable sizes can be printed at any professional printing place. Personally, I use Walgreens for this kind of printing. You can upload on their website, then have shipped to your store or home. 
    • Head to their website and hover your mouse over the 'Photo' option until the drop down menu appears. Click on the 'Posters' option. 
    • Once you're on the 'Posters' page, scroll down a bit and select the plain 'Posters' option (just FYI, they ALWAYS do half off sales and this makes the posters really affordable...I tend to stock up when they do this). 
    • Select your size option and click the 'Create now' button. 
    • Then click 'Upload photos' and upload the floral printable design (you'll need to download your printable to your computer, first...download links are located further down in this post). Please note that their posters only work with JPEG designs, so be sure to download that version from me, below.
    • Follow the prompts to order your print. 
    • Then click "Review Order" (in the upper right of their screen) and select how you'll receive your print (by mail or in their store). Be sure to use your code if they're having the half off sale.
  • Another place I recommend for larger-scale printing is FedEx Office. They are actually a bit pricier than Walgreens, but their turnaround is often faster, plus, they seem to have more locations (we have one in our local Walmart). 
    • Just pop over to the FedEx site and click 'Design and Print' and then upload your print-ready file (from below). 
    • You can use PDF or JPEG formats on their site. Their site is a little more user-friendly, too, so I won't walk you through the whole process...it's a bit more self-explanatory.


Download Your Spring Print

Free 11x14" printables

Prints with Wording:


More Spring Printables





7 comments:

  1. Thank you for brightening my day. Have a glorious one

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  2. Thank you o much , these are lovely...

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  3. Oh, my goodness, Kristi, this is just gorgeous! I absolutely love it and will be giving it a permanent home (what better than spring flowers in the middle of winter, right?) in my newly renovated office. Thank you for sharing your talent with the world. You rock! :)

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  4. Love, love, love it! Thanks for the Walgreens tip. I have used Amazon photo and they are reasonably priced and the turnaround time is fairly quick.

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  5. Love, Love, Love. This is one of my favorites of your designs! Thank you for the horizontal placement & providing it free. You are a gift.

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