Watercolor Summer Printables
Hello. I’m Laura from Left on Peninsula Road, a crafts & lifestyle blog. I’m excited to be here on Today’s Creative Life for the Celebrate Summer Series. I love to craft, but most days I’m a photographer at heart. I’m happiest when I find ways to blend the two pastimes:)
Today I’m sharing two Watercolor Summer Printables with you that I created by editing a couple of my own photos from years past. One of the things I love most about digital photography is the freedom and tools to create a new image I can use in decorating or crafting that might look or feel completely different from the original photo, but is still my own vision.
Print out your favorite image and grab a clipboard or frame and few accessories for a quick summer update that will be easy to swap out when the seasons change. I found a sailboat to pair with the lake photo and some marbles and an over-sized jack for the bucket and shovel picture. I used a black clipboard instead of a frame.
Download your free watercolor summer printables by clicking the links below. Print on letter-sized paper. If framing, trim or matte to 8×10. (I printed mine on Linen Cover Stock.)
Wasn’t that any easy update?
I hope you enjoy the free printables and perhaps I’ve inspired you to try some creative editing of your own. I’d love to see what you come up with!
As always, I love to share my work, but personal use only please. For any other use, please contact me.
Thanks for having me on the blog today, Kim! I always enjoy meeting new readers.
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