Spring has definitely arrived where I live. It’s been here for weeks actually. However, I see and hear so many of you longing for its arrival. Well not to worry! I’m here for you. I created two sets of gorgeous free spring printables that will bring some bright colors and florals indoors. The set on the left will work all the way through summer! Today’s post is our monthly Crafting with Christ post. Stay tuned to the end of the post for a devotional on the peace of God!
I have a set of buffalo check spring printables coming. They’re already made up and ready to go! I’ll be sharing them sometime this week or next along with a beautiful burlap cross wreath that’s perfect for Easter. Follow me on social media to make sure you see when they’re available. Better yet- never miss out on something great by following me via email. Enter your email address below, and you’ll get an email whenever I add a new post.
For Personal Use Only!
As with all of my free printables, these are for personal use only! Do not sell or use these designs on items to sell. If you’d like to share these with family or friends, use the buttons at the end of the post to share them on social media. You can also direct them straight to the blog. Thank you so much for following this one rule. This keeps these printables coming to you for free!
Free Spring Printables: Watercolor Set
I created these designs as 8x10s, but you can print them in any size without compromising the quality of the image. When you print, be sure to check the settings and choose 8×10, 5×7, etc. as the photo size. If you don’t, your printer will blow the design up to fit on a regular 8.5×11 paper size.
Once you download the images, my logo will not appear on the page. I add them to the design preview to keep people from downloading and stealing the image from Google image previews.
I had to include the fruit of the Spirit in these free spring printables. Seeing the list of the qualities that I need to be displaying to others daily as a child of God helps me to be cognizant of my attitude toward others.
This scripture is one that will remind you that God can do absolutely anything! I don’t know about you, but that is such a comfort and a joy to know.
Free Spring Printables: Floral Set
This floral set reminds me of Hawaii. You can print, frame, and hang these now and leave them up all the way through summer. How great is decor that can stay out for six months?!
This scripture is one that should, without a doubt, be committed to memory. We’ll talk a little about this one at the end of the post in our Crafting with Christ Devotional.
I love the colors in this design. I thought of saving these until summer for y’all, but I couldn’t keep the prettiness to myself!
Here is the final free spring printable of the day!
Frame Your Free Spring Printables
Now you need to display all of the beautifulness that’s packed into these wall art sets! Was it hard to choose just one? You could always print both sets to use in different rooms. Why not, right? Remember to check your print settings then print. It’s best to use white cardstock, but regular paper will work. If you need further instructions, you can check out my free printable St. Patrick’s Day wall art where I go into more detail about prepping and framing them.
I hung my framed spring wall art on my living room gallery wall along with my burlap cross wreath.
I hope that you enjoyed this tutorial and that you will share this post with your family and friends who need some beautiful spring wall art as well! You could even use these on postcards or on bookmarks. Remember to pin or share this post so that you can get back to it when you’re ready to print!
Before you go, be sure to take a stroll around the blog. I’ve got some great spring and everyday home decor tutorials available. Some of the tutorials include free SVGs that you can use with your cutting machine or to print. If you’re looking for something specific, use the search box in the sidebar. If not, you might enjoy these spring decor tutorials:
Here are some home decor tutorials with free SVG sand/or printables!
Crafting with Christ
Welcome to our monthly edition of Crafting with Christ! I’m so glad that you’re here for a devotional about Jesus and the Christian life. Each month I prepare a home decor tutorial followed by a short devotion that’s related to the craft of the day. Last month we made a St. Patrick’s Day shamrock wreath with a devotion about building your life on the (sham)Rock of Jesus. Today we’ll be talking a little bit about having the peace of God reign in your life.
6 Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. 7 And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.Philippians 4:6-7
Let Your Anxieties Go
Paul tells us in Philippians 4:6 that the first thing we need to do in the pursuit of God’s peace is to not be anxious about anything. I know that can be very hard to do. We need to trust God in order to do that. Jesus tells us to give Him all of the things that weigh us down and to take on His easy burden. Let Him take care of our day-to-day worries, health, and needs.
How to Give Those Worries to God
After our command to not be anxious about anything, we are told how to do that. We are to pray about everything. Everything? Everything! Paul tells us how to pray about these issues, with supplication and thanksgiving. Supplication isn’t a word we hear or use a lot. It means to come to the Lord humbly and earnestly in prayer. “With thanksgiving” means just what it says. Thank the Lord for His mercy and grace, for hearing you, and for answering your prayers. In every prayer you should praise God and thank Him. If you find yourself being anxious or worried, go to the Lord in prayer. Let your prayer be something like this:
Lord, thank You so much for your unconditional love for me. Thank you for Your mercies on me that are new every morning! You know that I continue to worry about such and such. My mind is filled with it constantly. I know that you tell me that You want to take my worries away and that You want me to rely completely on You. Jesus, I ask You to take this worry from me. I give it completely to you. Please remove it from my mind and give me Your peace. In Jesus’ precious name I pray. Amen.
Claim the Peace of God
Continue to pray every single day that God will help you to let go of any cares. Ask Him to grow your faith in Him every day and in every circumstance. Pray about everything, letting your requests be made known to God. Once you do, He made us a promise: that the peace of God will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus. Claim that verse! When you begin to feel anxious, claim that verse! Literally tell the Lord,
I am claiming Philippians 4:7. You told me in Your Word that you would guard my heart and mind in you. Lord, I claim your peace that surpasses all understanding! Thank you for removing my anxiety and replacing it with Your peace! In Jesus name, Amen.
Trust me it works. I’ve done it countless times. We all go through horrific things in our lives, so I’m not saying you will no longer grieve, be sad, or have other natural feelings, but His peace will be there. Even when things happen that should be maddening, His peace will be felt. As Christians we do not grieve or mourn the way that the world does. We have an eternal hope that lies in Jesus. All that happens on this earth is fleeting and not eternal. Take the peace that He so freely gives!
Be strong and lean on Jesus. He’s returning soon, so spread the Gospel, and claim His peace that surpasses all understanding. I love you & Jesus loves you more than you’ll ever know!