It’s easy to get that vintage farmhouse look with a printable pumpkin DIY botanical wall art. Print any size you need for your fall and autumn decorating ideas.
DIY Botanical Wall Art for Fall
I love finding budget-friendly DIY ideas for wall art. I often turn to printable botanical designs, making them poster size for a statement piece. I’m in love with all things botanical and have two beautiful prints for you to choose from. I have made several projects using vintage botanicals for decorating all seasons.
- Poster Size Botanical Spring Wall Art
- Printable Botanical Paper Banner
- Framable Spring Peony Botanical Printable
- Botanical Iron-on Transfer Pillow
How to Make a Botanical Wall Art Poster
- Magnetic Poster Hanger
- Craft Scissors
- Download your image onto your device.
- If you are printing a small size between, 8x10 to 4x6, you can use your home printer and use white cardstock.
- For poster sizes (I printed 18x24) use Staples or Costco. Choose Heavy Duty Poster Paper.
- When you get your poster, trim the sides with scissors if needed.
- Lay flat and add the magnetic frame to the top and bottom.
If you want a larger size, be sure to order both the poster and frame in the desired size.
How to Decorate with Printable Botanical Art
Decorating with printable botanicals makes seasonal decor easy and inexpensive. All you need is to download your image, decide what you want to make and how you need to print it.
DIY Botanical Wall Art
I like printing in a large poster size from Staples using the heavy poster paper option. Hanging is easy when you use a magnetic frame or grab a regular frame. Try using a floating frame for an 8×10 inch print. I’ve also printed smaller sizes at home just placed on a clipboard like this fall printable below.
I have created many custom designs for my home over the years. That makes seasonal decor really easy and budget-friendly. You can print this pumpkin botanical on iron-on transfer paper for quick fall pillows. See how I made these Autumn gourd pillows a couple of years ago.
One spring I made a pillow cover and a matching dish towel with a gorgeous botanical peony. It cost next to nothing and brightened up my home quickly!
As you can see, there are endless ways to use printable botanicals for decorating. I think botanicals are classic and always on-trend. Most of my printables are free and can be found in the Printable Vault.
I found my metal and wood tiered tray at a local home store, but here’s one very similar.
I decided to use it on our kitchen bar area to keep fruit and daily items like napkins, salt, pepper and sugar shakers. This will be easy to swap out as well.
I am all about functional home decor. There is nothing that drives me crazier than when I see a styled room with ideas that make absolutely no sense.
I hope you’ll make your own botanical wall art and when you do, I’d love to see a photo! Just tag me on Facebook or Instagram!