Celebrate with Fall Watercolor Printables
You might think we are celebrating the fall season that is right around the corner, but I’m excited about something more! So, let’s celebrate with fall watercolor printables.
CELEBRATE WITH FALL WATERCOLOR PRINTABLES
With temperatures soaring upward all-over the country, it may go against the grain to start celebrating the fall season.
BUT, I don’t think it’s ever too soon to add a new watercolor fall printable (or THREE) to the My Wee Abode Library!
Oh, and I have another reason to celebrate, too! And YOU are receiving the gift!
What Are We Celebrating?
If you hopped on over to Tuesday Turn About this past week, you already know that I officially retired from my day job, and I am now a full-time blogger! Oh, and I am still the primary caretaker for my mom, as well. 😉
It’s really a dream-come-true… much earlier than I thought it would happen. But, my siblings realized that having three jobs was just too much for me. We weighed all the pros and cons, and decided it made sense to take a step of faith, and see what the Lord will do with me and the blog!
God is good, all the time!
What Are We Getting?
Having more time and creative energy is definitely something I’m looking forward to!
Why not start off with a bang… and a gift?!
My first post as a full-time blogger includes THREE new seasonal printables, just for you!
Well, actually, it’s just for My Wee Abode subscribers (we like to call them family members 😉 )!
Become a My Wee Abode Family Member
Remember, you can get these printables and more by becoming a My Wee Abode VIP! Just click on the button!
And, if you are a My Wee Abode ‘family member’, you already know how to get instant access to these lovely digital prints! Simply click on the Free Printables tab at the top of this page and enter the password you receive at the end of each and every newsletter from MWA!
Now, let’s take a look at these pretty new watercolor printables for the fall!
Pumpkin Floral Arrangement Printable
Pumpkin floral arrangements have been all the rage for several years. Need proof? Take a look at this lovely arrangement by my dear friend Crissy from First Day of Home.
So, it just made sense for me to create this pretty printable with an orange pumpkin and a plethora of fall foliage!
Fall-elujah Wreath Printable
One of my favorite ‘words’ of the autumn season is “Fall-elujah”. It reminds me that fall is finally here, and that our Lord has created this cozy, cool season to remind us of how good He is.
Bucket of Posies Printable
How ’bout a bucket full of fall posies? This rustic bucket with all kinds of early fall flowers is the perfect way to say ‘good-bye summer’ and ‘hello fall’!
How Do I Print Printables?
- In order to give you the best quality prints, these files are a little large. So, be patient… It may take a few minutes to download.
- Adobe Reader is the best way to view and print all of the MWA printables (not in Chrome PDF viewer).
- Use the high-quality setting on your printer, as this will give you the best detail for the printable.
- Make sure to select ‘actual size’ on your printer options.
- Bright white cardstock or heavy paper (28lb or higher) will give the best printing results. Using watercolor paper is even better!
- When there is more than one page to a file, print the whole file, or one item at a time… it’s up to you!
What Do I Do With Printables?
Printables can be used in so many ways:
- Pop your printable into a thrifted frame and hang it on the wall or set it on a dresser.
- These free printables are great to take to the workplace and place on a desk.
- Feel free to use these as gifts! However, if a friend or family member wants access to ALL the printables here at My Wee Abode, please encourage them to subscribe. 🙂
- These are great for a birthday present, shower gift, or a wedding gift!
- What would you do with them?
Enjoy My Gift to You!
I hope you celebrate with me and enjoy these printables for yourself! Let me know what you do with yours in the comments!
These are beautiful, Julie. Hope you’ll love being retired. I retired almost 9 years ago. I taught school for 33 years. I stay busy, busy now . Prayers for you and your mother.
Oh, thank you, Wendy! So good to hear from you! I think it’s good for us to continue to be busy after retirement… keeps our minds sharp!
Julie your printables are some of the most beautiful ones in the blog world. Thank you so much for sharing. Congratulations on your retirement and having two wonderful outlets for your compassion and creativity.
Thank you, Barb… You are so kind! And thank you for the congrats, as well! I’m looking forward to the changes!
These are beautiful. Thank you so much!
You are so welcome, Laura… and thank you!
Congrats on becoming a full-time blogger. Is your mom still fairly independent or will you live with her? I have missed a lot of everyone’s blogs as we had covid in May and I never caught up with everyone’s posts. Thank you for the lovely prints! I, too, retired 9 years ago–after 40 years of being an occupational therapist–and I am so busy I don’t know when I had time to work!
Hi, Kathy. I hope you have made a full recovery! In April, my siblings and I made the decision to remove my mom for her memory care community and to work together to take care of her. So, I have become her primary caretaker and we are now sharing a ‘new’ My Wee Abode. 🙂 She is not independent and requires quite a bit of care. She cannot be left alone, other than me running the trash down the hall to the trash chute. 🙂 So, I’m still going to be super busy, but I’m hoping I’ll have more creative energy and time to blog! 🙂
Thanks, Julie, And congratulations on becoming a full-time blogger! Now you only have TWO full-time jobs. God bless you as you care for your mom. Taking care of loved ones is not always easy, but worth every minute! ““Honor your father and your mother, so that you may live long in the land the Lord your God is giving you.” Exodus 20:12. Thanks for being a consistent witness to our Lord. Blessings.
Thanks, Marilyn! And you are right, I only have two jobs now! Looking forward to spending more time on the blog!
These are stunning! I love the colors, and the details. Congrats!! It’ll be a day and night change now being able to focus more on your blog, and day-to-day. Depending on the time of year, I get a little struggling artist vibe, but just means I have to watch my extra spending during that time. I wouldn’t trade it for anything!
Thanks, Alexandra… I’m looking forward to getting in a groove!
I’m loving that pumpkin floral arrangement printable, Julie! They’re all so beautiful, though. What a great way to add a seasonal touch on a budget. Pinning and sharing on FB!
Thanks! That one totally reminds me of your post! LOL! Hugs!
Julie, these prints are a perfect balance of pastels and traditional colors.
Thanks, Rachelle… they were fun to put together!
These are all just so beautiful. I especially like the one with the pumpkin
Thanks, Natasha! Enjoy!
Lovely fall themed printables! Love them – thanks for sharing!
Of course! I have a new Thanksgiving one coming out tomorrow, Terri!