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watercolor free printable Valentine’s day art

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Adding watercolor to a printable is one of my favorite ways to give it a soft, but modern, touch. These free watercolor Valentine’s Day printables feature a gorgeous font and a pink and red color palette.

watercolor printables

Print out, add a frame, and you’ve got a meaningful and special Valentine’s Day gift!

valentines day gift

you will forever be my always free printable

you're my person

you’re my person free printable

Our printables are so easy to download and print out. Just follow these steps:

  • Click on the printable(s) you’d like to download, and save to your computer.
  • Send to your favorite photo printer to have printed on either matte cardstock or photo glossy paper (at-home printing is, of course, an option, but I find professional printers usually print colors and images more vividly and clearly).
  • Printables print best at 8×10.
  • Frame, display (or gift!) and admire!

I often get asked about what frames I use for the art around my home–this set of 7 solid wood frames is my go-to; you can see them in action in this gallery wall post! Next time I need to purchase frames, I may consider this set–11 pieces for under $30 (plus free shipping). Basically, I love frames that are white, flat, and matted. Simple, in my opinion, is best!

Thanks for reading all about our watercolor free printable Valentine’s day art!

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