How To Create Printables and Printable Artwork For Your Home + A Freebie!

Hey hey! I wanted to show you guys how to create printables like this one to deck the halls of your home. It’s seriously easy peasy.

How To Make a Printable, How to Make Printable Artwork for Your Home | angiemakes.com

Feel free to right click the image above and save to your computer to print. FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. If I see this for sale somewhere I may cry. Don’t do it folks. Pretty Please.

I whipped together this printable using the Portadown Clip Art Set, A sweet watercolor swashes background that is free on the blog, and my Hola Bonita font that’s in the Angie Makes Font Bundle of Glory. It took me just a few minutes and I had a creation all my own.

If you haven’t heard of printables, they’re basically just images or PDF documents that you can digitally download then print via your home computer, Staples, Kinkos, etc. to have a lovely piece of artwork to frame.. (Ahem. Or just hang your printables and artwork via clipboard on the walls like I do.) Tada!

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(UPDATE 3/28/2017- More Digital Downloads, Printables, and backgrounds can be found in our recently launched stock shop. Tons of great watercolor floral and other backgrounds that you can easily add your own text to, then print!)

Anyhow… it’s a lot of fun.

You can make printable artwork too! Even if you’re allergic to computers. It’s easy.

*Promise*

Life-changing tutorial below!

Feel free to leave links to any printables or any printable artwork you create. Oh, and if you decide to use any of the freebies available on the blog, any of my clip art, or stock images please be mindful of the terms of use listed. K? Thanks!

 

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22 thoughts on “How To Create Printables and Printable Artwork For Your Home + A Freebie!

  1. Thanks for the watercolor flowers freebies.
    Im going to DIY our wedding invites.
    But I need to learn first how to use photoshop😊😊

  2. Hello, i believe that i saw you visited my weblog thus i came to “go back the desire”.I am attempting to to find issues to improve my website!I assume its good enough to use a few of your concepts!!

  3. Thank you for your kindness ! I am just getting started the my Silhouette. I need all the learning that I can get.

  4. Do you by any chance have the original file for this freebie so I can edit the text? I want to make a card for my goddaughter, but I’d love to put her name on it!

  5. Love your site! Thanks so much for the freebies and great info.

    Would love to have the “Hello Lovely” printable without the words….is this possible without picmonkey or photoshop?

    Thank you for sharing your talents with all of us!

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