I’ve been in a wall art and free printable frenzy as of late. I created a lot of Valentine’s Day printables, like this set of 4 wall art pieces, love notes for kids, these love notes for hubbies, and even a printable for the kitchen. I thought while I was at it, I’d create a set of master bedroom wall art printables that I can use year-round for our room.
This is the first Sunday of the month, so that means it’s time for our DIY blog hop where I join a group of lovely ladies to create a DIY project to share with you. This month our theme is bedroom projects. Make sure you stick around after the post and head over to check out all of their lovely projects!
Download the Master Bedroom Wall Art Printables
For Personal Use Only
All of my free printables are for personal use only. They are not to be sold or used on products that you will sell or distribute beyond yourself. If you would like to share them with your friends or family, I would love for you to do that by using the buttons at the end of the post to share on social media. You can also direct them straight to the blog. Thank you so much for following these instructions. They allow me to continue producing these printables and keep them coming for free.
Scroll Scripture Set
I created two different sets that you can use in your bedroom. Actually, you could use them anywhere in your house. Both sets have scriptures from Song of Solomon relating to Solomon and his new wife so that’s why I framed them for my bedroom. The first is made with decorative scroll work at the top and bottom.
This is set is less formal. They have cute frames around the scriptures with hearts inlaid. Just like the first set they have Song of Solomon verses 3:4 & 6:3.
Print the Master Bedroom Wall Art
When you can print these printables, you can do so at any size because they are PNG images. You can enlarge or shrink them to any size without losing quality. In the print settings, choose the size photo that you want to print. Leave the paper size set at 8.5×11 and then change the photo size to the size of your frame. The wall art looks best when it is printed on white cardstock.
You’ll need to cut the 8.5×11 paper to fit into the frame. Take the original insert from inside the frame and place it over the middle of the printable, then cut around it. That’s the easiest way to make sure it fits without cutting something important off.
Frame & Display Your Master Bedroom Wall Art
All that’s left for you to do is frame and hang or display your art on a table or dresser. I have a gallery wall of white frames and shadowboxes with pictures and items from our wedding on the wall above my dresser. I found two white frames from Dollar Tree, put the printables in them, and set them on the dresser below the other frames. In between them I put a glass heart dish with pink, white, and gray filler. That’s it! Our room looks even cuter now with my framed master bedroom wall art!
DIY Blog Hop
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