Creating a lovely vignette or centerpiece is a wonderful way to welcome the season. Learn how to easily add beauty to your holiday table with this free Thanksgiving watercolor printable art!
Today is the “We Gather Together” Thanksgiving blog hop, and I’m so thankful (see what I did there?) to be part of this lovely gathering hosted by my sweet friend Amber from Follow the Yellow Brick Home.
I have always been amazed by the many bloggers that join Amber’s blog hops, and this one is certainly no different! Be sure to check out all the wonderful inspiring Thanksgiving ideas at the end of this post!
If you are here by way of White Arrows Home, welcome! Kristin and I recently ‘met’ via my guest host ‘gig’ at her Welcome Home Sunday feature. Kristin is located in the Northwoods of Wisconsin and shares about her daily life and decor style via her blog and Instagram account (I love watching her stories).
HOW TO EASILY ADD BEAUTY TO YOUR HOLIDAY TABLE
Do y’all remember the fall-colored velvet pumpkins that my sister and I made for her Thanksgiving centerpiece?
Well, I thought this pretty little printable would be a nice addition to her Thanksgiving table. What do you think?
In my opinion, the easiest and most affordable way to add beauty to your holiday table is by using Thanksgiving watercolor printable art.
And what’s even better is when that artwork is free. Yep, this one is FREE!
My Wee Abode offers many different printables, including these printable name place cards that coordinate with today’s Thanksgiving printable.
Adding Thanksgiving Printable Art to a Vignette
This free Thanksgiving digital artwork can also be added to a simple vignette.
Add a couple of DIY velvet pumpkins and some faux fall florals, and you’re all set!
The fall elements on this free fall printable are simple and elegant.
Those pretty and bright fall colors coordinate with just about any style of decor, too!
Thanksgiving Watercolor Printable Art with Meaning
But, what’s a Thanksgiving printable if it doesn’t include a meaningful and thankful quote?And you know what the BEST kind of quote is?
The kind that is full of Truth!
“For all things are for your sakes, so that the grace which is spreading to more and more people may cause the giving of thanks to abound to the glory of God.” 2 Corinthians 4:15
On a personal note, “the grace which is spreading to more and more people” has indeed, spread to me. And because of this grace that comes only through Jesus, I am truly, deeply, and forever thankful. He is a good God! (Want to learn more about this grace, feel free to email me!)
Printing Your Free Thanksgiving Watercolor Printable Art
- In the Printable Library, scroll down to the appropriate section to find your printable (Fall section for this printables!)
- These files are a little large, to give you the best quality. It may take a few minutes to download.
- Adobe Reader is the best way to view and print this wall art.
- Print on high quality, as this will give you the best detail for the printable.
- Print on bright white cardstock, which is nicest for framing.
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Now It’s Your Turn
Here are a few more ways to use this free Thanksgiving watercolor printable art:
- Hostess gift! Print and slip into a frame for a lovely and affordable thank you!
- It’s more than just table art… add this printable to a wall or in the middle of a wreath!
- Housewarming gift
- Wedding gift… Print off four seasonal printables from the MWA library and add them to frames for a lovely and creative way to help the newlyweds add beauty to their home.
Now, if y’all decide to print this Thanksgiving watercolor printable art and add it to your holiday table, you be sure to let me know!
AND, if you want even more inspiration, next up on the hop is my blogging buddy, Lora Bloomquist. Lora always has something unique and vintage to share over at her blog, and today is no different with her lovely Thanksgiving tablescape!
Have a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving!