4 Free Water Color Wreath Printables For Fall

 I am so excited to be joining in this years free printable blog hop where you will find over 25+ beautiful printables!  I promise you are going to want to print away when you see how incredible they all are.  I wanted to create something with meaning, something you could share with others, a gentle reminder of how thankful we all are.  I decided to create a simple water color fall wreath and insert all the words that come to mind as I reflect on this past year.  However, before I move on I have to say thank you to Kristen from Ella Claire for hosting this blog hop and all of the hard work she puts into it year after year!

I decided the printables would look beautiful placed on top of a place setting, perfect for Thanksgiving.  Since it is way to early for pumpkins around here (we just came off of a heat wave) I  simply walked outdoors and used what mother nature has to offer.  Magnolia leaves which were scattered on the ground, pods from the tree’s, wheat from the canyon and some faux pears I had in my craft closet.  The colors all seemed to perfectly blend together, creating a simple tablescape in no time at all.

Over the past few years I’ve gone with ” less is more and more is cluttered”.  Not that anything is wrong with more but I have found the more “stuff” I have the more overwhelmed I become.   I have been drawn to this approach after having to empty out 2 houses (my parents and my grandparents) and feeling an overwhelming amount of anxiety with all the “things” that had been accumulated over the years.  I also quickly realized I never want to dump that amount of stress on my own children, so little by little we purge and it feels so freeing!


Printables make it so easy to seasonally decorate, they are perfect for changing out photos in picture frames or adding to vignettes!

4 free water color wreaths you can print out at home for free

You can download the printable by clicking here or on the picture below.  Simply choose the 8X10 paper format and print away.

I also have all four prints that you can print off separately or if you would like to create your own wording I have left a blank one for you to fill in. The letter coloring is aa845b and the font is Pinyon Script. Simply click on each image and then right click to save the high resolution version to your computer.


All of the printable s are available for personal use only, print, decorate and enjoy!


Be sure to visit all the other talented bloggers, there is so much inspiration for your decorating use, we definitely have you covered this Fall!

“They Broke Bread” and Watercolor Pumpkin Place Cards by Ella Claire | Vintage Bird Printables by Town and Country Living | Bread Wrap by TIDBITS | Fall Feather Printable by Taryn Whiteaker | Apple and Eucalyptus Free Fall Printable by So Much Better with Age | Block Printed Leaves by Shades of Blue Interiors

Fall Has Always Been My Favorite by A Burst of Beautiful | Fall Floral Plate Chargers by Zevy Joy | Starting over in fall by anderson + grant | Watercolor Honey Crisp Apple by Finding Silver Pennies | 4 Fall Feather Prints by Refresh Restyle | The Deer King by My Someday in May

Autumn is the Hush Before Winter by Clean and Scentsible | Watercolour Succulent Pumpkins by The Happy Housie | 4 Watercolor Wreaths by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia | Gather Here with a Grateful Heart by Craftberry Bush | Fall Fun by My Sweet Savannah | Watercolor Grateful Printable by Maison de Pax

Autumn Tea Tag Printables by Paint Me Pink | Leaves Falling by Lolly Jane | Happy Fall Watercolor by Kelly Elko | Heirloom Pumpkin Watercolor Series by Nina Hendrick Design Co. | I Never Met a Pumpkin I Didn’t Like by Live Laugh Rowe | Bountiful Blessings by Unskinny Boppy

Autumn My Cozy Friend by In My Own Style | Fall Chalkboard Tags by Home Stories A to Z | Thankful Grateful Blessed Printable Tags by Nest of Posies | A Happy Pillow Made Just for You by Happy Happy Nester | Fall Botany Art Gallery Wall by Bless’er House

Feel free to browse all of my fall ideas below and as always, thanks so much for stopping in today!

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  1. These tags look so pretty on your table. I really love how you made the whole plate look so special for your guests. And I’m right there with you on the idea of simplicity for the same reason…..after seeing how much stuff other family members have accumulated, I’ve wanted to get down to just the basics that I love.

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