Farmhouse style free herb watercolor printables.
Use to make easy, DIY wall art for your home!
If you are in the mood for some new, spring and summer inspired wall art then you’re in the right place! Up today are three original herb watercolor printables I made from the kitchen herb garden I shared earlier this month. I love the way these turned out. Even though I didn’t actually paint them, they have the same look and you won’t find them anyplace else.
They would be perfect for your kitchen…but as soon as my living & dining room makeover is finished, I’m going to hang them in my entry. They would also be lovely in an outside porch or sunroom.
These herb printables are now part of my free Watercolor Flower & Herb Collection. Click [HERE] to find out how to get the whole collection.
I got some lovely comments and questions about my new logo so I though I would explain how it happened. When I started this blog, I knew less than nothing. I had no idea I should have carefully considered my blog name and instead just used the first thing that came to mind. I do like it and it conveys what this blog is about…which is my life in this house On Sutton Place. However, a three word logo is hard to design. At least is was for me. I was never able to come up with something that I totally loved and I always felt that somehow my logo was lacking.
I met Karisa, who is a graphic designer, on Facebook and contacted her on impulse. I literally clicked over to her site and emailed her immediately. She was a delight to work with and she came up with ideas I had never even considered. The way the letters follow the swoosh, separating “On” from “Sutton Place” and the ink style letters. I thoroughly enjoyed the whole process, which was easy and fun.
This just goes to show that when you’re stuck on something, or can’t see over the top of something, asking for help makes all the difference. I used to think I had to do absolutely EVERYTHING on my own…but I no longer think that. I have to admit that it’s made my life much easier!
You can see Karisa’s work on her website: Wander Design & Photography
If you are a blogger, or want to start a blog, I highly recommend Karisa. Her work is amazing.