During my walk this morning, I spotted several spring blooms starting to peek through the ground and though it was a gloomy day, seeing those little bits of green put a smile on my face. I’m so happy to be teaming up with 32 amazing bloggers to bring a huge selection of free watercolor printables. With my little contribution, a pretty spring bloom watercolor printable.
It’s hard to believe a year has passed since our last spring printable. You can go HERE to find last year’s nest printable or just click on my free printable tab to see the rest of the other Easter and Spring printables.
If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen some of these pop on my feed. I also took a little poll on FB to ask what this year’s spring printable should be and the daffodil received the most votes.
I’m happy this was the winner as this printable has a special meaning to me; Daffodils are my mother-in-law’s favorite flower, but it’s also the flower that represents the fight against cancer. We have seen some of our dear family members both beat this horrible disease and also experience great loss.
I wanted the print to be reminiscent of an old vintage printable. You can click the image or go here to download the print.
I’m often torn between loving neutrals and using the beautiful bright colors of Spring. But in my neck of the woods, Spring is way too short to not enjoy all these beauttiful colors that nature lets us borrow, if only for a few weeks.
I am also trying something new. As I am often asked if I can provide my prints as an instant download, I have added the remainder of these prints to my ‘SHOP‘ (tab at the top right of the site), where you can purchase an instant downloadable hi-resolution file of the rest of these pretty printables. This is new to me so I’d love to know what you think.
And now get ready for this amazing gift from some of my talented friends. I’m sure that you will find the perfect print for you.
Thank you to my dear friend EllaClaire for putting this together.
Watercolor Floral Crest Printable by Nest of Posies
How to Create a Vignette and Hello Spring Free Printable by AKA Design
Fresh Blooms Market Printable by Design, Dining, and Diapers
Spring Flowers by Zevy Joy
The Charming Gardeners Wreath by Ella Claire
Count Your blessings by My Sweet Savannah
Oh Happy Day | Free Printable for Spring by Maison de Pax
Blue and White Spring Printable by Shades of Blue Interiors
Hello Spring by Happy Happy Nester
Spring Sandwich Wrappers by Paint Me Pink
Tulip Favor Watercolor by Migonis Home
Spring Printable by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
The Earth Laughs in Flowers by Lolly Jane
In One Small Garden by Town and Country Living
Vintage Spring Flower Printable by Love Grows Wild
Spring Botanical Prints by Live Laugh Rowe
Gardening Printable by Home Stories A to Z
Spring bloom watercolor by Craftberry Bush
Free Printable Spring To Do List by My Fabuless Life
Peter Rabbit Print by My Someday in May
Inspirational Spring Printable by City Farmhouse
Blue Jay Watercolor Free Printable by Finding Silver Pennies
Live Life in Full Bloom by Clean and Scentsible
Here Comes Peter Cottontail by Eclectically Vintage
Hope Springs Eternals Watercolour Art by The Happy Housie
Mini Botanical Cake Banner by TIDBITS
Today Is A Good Day by A Burst of Beautiful
Blooming Crocus by Jennifer Rizzo Design Company
Let it Soar by Delineate Your Dwelling
Spring Apothecary Jar Label Printables by Bless’er House
Favorite Spring Things Free Printable by Nina Hendrick Blog
He Makes All Things New Botanical Farmhouse Mantel by Cherished Bliss
Easter Bunny Bunting by Four Generations One Roof
Mary Vitullo says
Thank you, Lucy. It’s beautiful.
Thank you so much Mary. I appreciate you stopping by…xo
Your watercolors are so pretty, Lucy!
Thanks Shannon…I enjoy painting with all my heart…:) xo
I did not know daffodils had such symbolism! I love your artwork so much Lucy– the hair-like root bulbs and all! 😉 hehe
haha. Thanks Rachel…yes they do. They sell them here sometimes to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society. 🙂
You have such amazing artistic skills, Lucy! Love your watercolor flower!
Aww..Thank you Jennifer. You are always so sweet to me. Thank you.
Your artwork truly is inspiring Lucy, so very lovely. Thank you for sharing the details and beauty of it with us.
Oh Annie…I just love you. Your painting is stunning…xo
Lucy, you are so talented. I love these printables and how you’ve styled them too. x
Thank you Danielle. I love that you’re enjoying watercolor yourself. Your birds are so pretty…xo
Gail Plaskiewicz says
What a beautiful print and thank you for the free printable and all the other free printable’s. I am so excited to now have a printer so I can get all this free stuff. Yellow is my favorite color which is one reason I love daffodils. I also love the smell. I’ll bet you didn’t know they had a smell, did you? I have a spray scent that is called Daffodil and it contains real daffodil extract. We used to have them growing around our house but I think the millions of squirrels we have in our yard have since dug them up. We also used to have tulips. I miss having them! I’d plant more but I am afraid they will all get dug up again. Wish I knew how to get rid of all the squirrels!
Oh Gail you’re so sweet. and No I had no idea they had a scent…now I’ll have to stick my nose in them and smell.
I’m so glad to hear you have a printer. Ours hasn’t worked in a while but I hubby prints some stuff for me at work sometimes…:) xo
botanic bleu says
Thank you so much for the free daffodil print. I plan to give it to my sister as an Easter gift.
Oh That is so great! I hope she enjoys it…xo
Lucy, as always just gorgeous, thank you!
Thank you Kristin…so much…xo
Lucy, your spring printable is so beautiful, and I love it! Your post is fabulous and so magazine quality! I always love visiting your blog to see what great thing you are creating. Happy Spring!
Thank you so much for saying that. It means a great deal and I appreciate it…xo
Thank you so much, beautiful as always!
Thank you sweet Debbie…xo
Hi there! Your spring prints are beautiful! Where do you suggest I would print these at so that they will still have that authentic water colored look? Also, have you ever printed these types of prints onto canvas? Thank you!
gemeas se chupando says
One day I come to this spectacular level of realistic drawing
You are such a talented artist! Lovely print….