Free Fall Printables: Wall Art + Gift Tags

Get this set of five original free fall printables that are perfect for seasonal wall art. Also included are a set of five matching gift tags. Welcome autumn in style!

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The colors of autumn are amazing…copper, gold, dark russet, and orange. That’s why these colors, along with touches of blue, are featured in the most recent addition to the OSP Members Only Library. The library is for email subscribers only, and is a growing collection of  printable wall art, banners, gift tags, ebooks, checklists, and more. That’s where you’ll find these free fall printables.

I wanted this set of printables to be very special. As always, I designed them myself, with custom graphics made especially for OSP readers. The flowers and vessels that are featured in this collection are digital watercolors made by me from my own photographs. The flowers and greenery in the vessels are separate elements, and I added them one at a time. Each vessel has the same flowers, but a slightly different arrangement.

I’m also joining my Home Style Saturdays crew, and we’re sharing small moments and ways to gently welcome fall. Like adding printable wall art! Make sure to take a look at their links at the end of the post.

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I believe that everyone should be able to decorate their homes for the changing seasons…no matter what their budget. These free fall printables help you do just that. Use them to make DIY wall art, banners, cards, and more. They are compiled in an easy-to-download PDF file, and they print beautifully up to 11 x 14 inches. Also included is a set of 5 gift tags with fall sayings.

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Canvas Prints

Fine art these are not…but they are colorful and festive. I recently discovered Canvas On Demand, which is a website that makes canvas wall art from your prints. I have personally purchased their canvas art, and I love it. Once you have downloaded these printables to your device, just upload them to Canvas On Demand. It’s that simple.

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How to Frame Free Printables

  • Frames with removable backs make it super easy to create your own seasonal wall art. Many versions of these frames include a pre-cut mat.
  • String up a piece of twine, and hang the printables from tiny clothespins.
  • Use these hanger frames. This is such a simple way to add free printables to your decor. These frames are budget-friendly, and your art can be switched out in no time at all. Hanger frames can be placed on any cabinet knob or drawer handle. They can also be hung from tiny nails on the wall. Here is a post I wrote on how to use hanger frames.
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To get instant access to the Members Only Library, all you need to do is fill out the short form at the end of the post. You will immediately receive an email that contains the link to these free fall printables. You will also receive new posts and special offers straight to your email inbox! OSP readers are loyal and kind, and enjoy budget-friendly home decor ideas, easy recipes, gardening tips, and of course, free printables.

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If you are already an OSP email subscriber, you can download these printables right now! They are in the Members Only Library.

Tips for Printing

Please let me know if you have any questions or have issues with downloading/printing. Here are a few tips:

  • Download the 6-page PDF file to your computer hard drive. 
  • Find the file and open. 
  • If you want to print, select “print” from the File command on the top menu bar or click the printer icon.
  • Most print programs allow for basic resizing. You should be able to choose 5 x 7 or 8 x 10.
  • For 11 x 14 prints, convert the PDF to JPG images. (SmallPDF is free, but you are limited to converting one file per day.) Save the JPG file(s) to a flash drive, and take it to your local copy center. Another option is an online printer, like CatPrint.com (more choices) or Shortrunposters.com (inexpensive and easy to order.)
  • For DIY wall art and gift tags, I recommend printing on good quality cardstock. (Link below.)
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Fall Printables Shop + Source

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Exclusive Fall Printables and Gift Tags

What you get: a set of 5 watercolor printables and matching gift tags. Exclusively available to OSP email subscribers. Just fill out this form and they will arrive in your email inbox shortly!


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Welcome autumn in style!

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24 Comments

  1. Cynthia D says:

    These fall tags are so pretty. This year I will stamp a Christian song verse on the back of the tags, place them inside crafted pocket envelopes and mail to several of the elderly in our church. Thanks, Ann.

  2. Thanks so much for the printables.

  3. Linda Biondi says:

    Cannot find your 2022 Autumn art on the Members Only site. I’ve looked several times. Everything else is there, but not the ones featured in your post today. (blue pitcher with flowers, black boots with flowers, etc.
    Thanks for helping

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Linda…I’m sorry you are having trouble. Once you are in the library, scroll to the second section titled Fall, Halloween, & Thanksgiving. Click on the first square that says Fall Printables + Gift Tags 2022. The window to download the PDF should open right away. Let me know if you need anything else!

  4. I tried again the Fit to Page and it still didn’t work. I’ll keep trying.

  5. Christine says:

    I love all of these! Thank you!

  6. Marie Valum says:

    Thank you so much for the printable! Also I really enjoy your blog.
    Have a wonderful fall!
    Marie

  7. I tried to print two of your new fall prints, but both times only about 1/4 of each printed in a huge font instead of the regular picture. Any suggestions? They showed up right on the print screen, but then they printed wrong. I love all the new prints – thanks for sharing with us!

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Vickie…you should have a setting to set the scale. There is usually a setting called “fit to page” or “scale to fit.” Make sure that particular setting is correct. If you don’t know where it is, just google your printer name followed by fit to page. Also, make sure that the borderless setting is NOT selected. I printed the images several times and they looked great. I hope this helps!

  8. These are so adorable! Thank you!

  9. Thanks Ann for the link to the canvas printing site and explaining the steps. I’ve used a print company years ago and framed the prints. The wood hangers are an option I tend to forget about. I saved the link for Christmas. I love to hang some holiday prints vs large art as it just gets stored for so many months out of the year.
    Lovely prints! Thank you:0)

  10. Debra, check your email that linked you to her posting. It is in a blue box in that email. Enjoy! Her artwork for us is amazing!

  11. I always look forward to your posts and pintables. I save them in a file on my computer and visit the file for the lovely tags each season. Thank you so much for sharing these with your subscribers. I love autumn and look forward to cooler temps and the holidays that follow.
    Enjoy your week!
    Karen B.

  12. I love reading your blog and being subscribed to your email providing access to all the beautiful things! I wonder if you would share the names of the flowers and greenery for the beautiful choices you made to create the fall printables. Many thanks and best regards.

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Dana…the greenery is eucalyptus, the yellow flowers are asters (Solidago,) the blue balls are billy buttons, and the orange flowers are a faux stem I ordered from Amazon. The listing said they were mini roses.

  13. Jackie Boguski says:

    Thank you Ann. You do the most beautiful watercolours. I use your calendar for my work day timer and I always have one of your printables on my counter.

  14. Trisha Cooper says:

    Thank you for these beautiful prints and gift tags. I LOVE the blue!

  15. These are so pretty. Thanks for all the tips on ways to make and display them. I’m in Texas, originally from Iowa, and so miss the fall colors. So bringing in fall designs is the only way for me to enjoy this colorful season.

  16. These are just beautiful. Thank you for making them available to us.

  17. Hi Ann,

    Thanks for these beauties. I am a subscriber but don’t see the password to access them in this post.

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Debra…the password is included in my emails. Sending you a private email now. Thanks!

  18. Donna K Kasper says:

    I love your art. I hang different ones all year long. Thank you so much.

  19. These are beautiful prints. When I go to your library, where do I find this new collection? I see Fall 2021, but not 2022. Is it labeled something different? Thank you so much. Love swapping out prints in my 4 frames that I purchased through a link from you!

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Did you see the second email I sent? The link is in the library now. Let me know if you need anything else!