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Would you believe it’s mid-September already? In the Northeast, you can already feel the fall breeze.
The acorns are falling from the trees. And the pumpkins are popping up in my garden.
This time of year also signal all fall printables from now on. Until December that is, then it’s everything winter and Christmas. But we are not going to forward time that fast.
Let’s start today with this beautiful and straightforward printable to welcome fall, which by the way is a week or so away!
While I love fall colors, meaning all shades of orange and brown, I fell in love with these pastel pumpkin illustrations from Sunflower Day Love the moment I laid my eyes on them. And the faux gold foil just did it for me. Unlike other gold glitter or foil gold graphics I’ve purchased, these look like they could shine. I had to have them. Now that they’re mine, I’m creating all the lovelies for you.
Today, I’m sharing this lovely sign with you. Print this free fall printable and frame to welcome guests into your house. Put it next to your other fall decor in the kitchen or on the mantel. Always a sweet and simple way of adding a little bit of fall into a nursery.
This free fall printable is 8×10. You can print it out on an 8.5 x 11 high-quality cardstock ( I recommend these Neenah bright white cardstock) and put into an 11×14 frame with a white mat for 8×10 photo. Here are some shabby chic frames that would be lovely for this fall printable.
Another easy way to hang your sign is by using these magnetic poster hanger frame instead of the traditional frame. I have these in several different sizes. It’s so easy to change signs with the magnetic poster hanger frame. Just put your sign between the two magnetic pieces of wood and hang it up on the wall.
If you love this printable, there are tons of other lovely freebies in my Printable Resource Library. If you’re not a newsletter member yet, sign up below. I will send you an email with the access code to the library.
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