Today we have Thalita from The Learner Observer. Thalita’s blog is newer to me. When I made my call for guest bloggers a few months ago, she stepped up to the plate! I’m so glad I’ve had the chance to meet Thalita virtually. She has a handful of fun spring printables that you can download to showcase in your home!
Good day Sew Woodsy readers! I’m so excited to be with you today, and thrilled to be guest posting for new mama and blogger extraordinaire, Katie!
So who am I? Well I’m glad you asked! My name is Thalita and I blog over at The Learner Observer, where you can find me DIY-ing my way through making my tiny house a home and other musings, like what’s hot around the web and where to get a good deal because if you must know one thing about me, know this: I love a bargain. And IKEA. And antique stores. Ok so now you know three things!
So let’s get to why I’m here with you today. Spring is in the air (literally, finally) and I think it’s great to celebrate the seasons even while indoors, don’t you? That’s why I wanted to share with you some original work I created JUST for you Sew Woodsy readers!
I was recently lucky enough to take a trip to Paris (yes, in the Spring, too!) and it was quite magical. The word for Spring in French is quite beautiful, as are many French words, and this was the first print I created. It’s in a variety of pretty colours because, well, isn’t that what Spring is all about?
Just so you know, you can download all files or pick individual ones. I’ll have links beneath each image below and at the bottom of the post for you!
To have a little more fun, I wanted to write Spring a letter because we had a loooooong and very cold Winter here in Canada, and I know many of you can relate to that!
There are endless amounts of quotes and sayings about Springtime, but these three are among my favourites, and I just had to incorporate some beautiful flowers and greenery into these prints!
Lastly, I took a less obvious approach to a Springtime quote. This is quote that will likely live in my home office indefinitely, since it’s a lovely reminder regardless of the time of year!
If you’d like to download all of the prints, here is the full folder to do so. All files are in PDF format and made to be printed in 8×10, but it’s an easy transition if you’d like them smaller. Please remember that these are for personal use only and not to be sold or used as your own. It took my Photoshop-incompetent self quite a while to make these, so I’m sure you can appreciate my efforts!
Thanks so much to Sew Woodsy for inviting me along to guest post! It’s been an absolute pleasure, and I hope you are all having lovely Spring weather, wherever you are! Please feel free to come visit me anytime over at The Learner Observer because I luuuurve meeting new people!