A Small Wall of Free Printables {Kitchen Style}

A while ago I told you about the Mini Art Gallery space I put together for the kitchen..{you know the one I kept talking about but never showed you}. Our fridge is framed in and I thought the end would make the perfect place to showcase my little guys masterpieces. I simply collected several mixed-matched frames, gave them all a coat of white paint and hung them in a collage-style kind of way. I just love the space, especially when it’s filled with my little guys creations. Well, the warm weather is here and we have exchanged our arts and crafts time for daily outdoor adventures so I decided to switch the wall up a little and let Mommy have a turn. Since this wall is ever changing, I wanted to create a few ‘next to nothing’, ‘pretty much free’, pieces of ‘art’ to fill the frames. A few hours of browsing the web and playing around with a publishing program and I came up with these! I’ve included the printables below…just click on each image to view the full size version to print. These fit perfectly in 8X10 frames.

‘Utensils’{Fork & Knife image courtesy of The Graphics Fairy and can be found here}

‘Silver Lining’Cloud Image courtesy of Microsoft Clip Art

‘EAT’
Click Here to Download Printable

‘Bicycle’{Bicycle image courtesy of The Graphics Fairy and can be found here}

‘If You Can’t Take The Heat…’{Hand image courtesy of The Graphics Fairy and can be found here}
The other two pieces are The Erasable Menu I posted yesterday
You can find the tutorial here

And the Rolled Book Page Wreath that I borrowed from the Powder Room.

I added a metal candle plate to the center and dressed it up by gluing a printed cigar label to the center.

{Dog Cigar Label courtesy of The Graphics Fairy and can be found here}

Quick and easy wall art…perfectly priced too!!
I’ll be back in a few hours with the Sunday Showcase Party ~ Can’t wait to see what you’ve been working on! Enjoy!

                  

Comments

  1. Love it ………….as all your great projects!
    Is that EAT in an 11×14?

    Thanks,
    Stephanie

  2. So cute! I have a bare fridge that you see right after you walk in my fron door. I love this idea! Will be doing it. I’m working on my menu board too. YOu are awesome! Thanks for sharing!

    Jennie @ Cinnaberry Suite

  3. You are one awesome chick!

  4. Looks awesome
    Sandi

  5. that looks fantastic! i love the bike and “if you can’t take the heat.” it all works very well together and looks clean and uncluttered.

  6. It is absolutely adorable!! Looks fun but classy…

  7. These are awesome! Thanks for sharing. Looks great!

  8. LOVE!!!!!! This! How cute and your selection of prints is wonderful! VERY Very very CUTE! :)

    ~Liz

  9. These are great! I love how you put them all together.

  10. That is the cutest wall vignette. TFS. Diane

  11. This is adorable, and thanks for the links to the clipart! You’re the best!

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

  12. Cute! cute! cute! Love this – and what a great idea. I’ve always wanted to showcase my kids’ stuff and I soooo need to get on the ball with this. Thanks for the inspiration.

    New follower – and found you via Nikki over at the Kreative Knack. She gave us both a Trendy Blog award the other day. :)

  13. That is gorgeous!!!

  14. What a wonderful idea! I seriously want one of those walls, the side of our fridge is facing out like yours would be.

  15. Great ideas there. Love that free printable art.

  16. Very nice look for the side in many kitchens. Jane F.

  17. I love this look and your kitchen looks so lovely!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  18. Great ideal, I can’t wait to try it. Love your blog. Thanks for sharing.
    Sandy

  19. Here I am back again–amazing!

  20. Oh wow! I adore it. What a wonderful metamorphosis.

  21. Thats great! Thanks for sharing! I love free!

  22. what a great idea for that space. i may have to use that for my fridge surround. the boyfriend may veto this if it will ruin the wood, tho.

  23. Wow those are great! Thanks for the downloads, I love the eat one!

  24. I am speechless!!! This is wonderful!! All of your projects are fantastic!!!
    You are one TALENTED woman!
    Hugs,
    Cindy Adkins
    http://www.recoveryartist.com

  25. Oh my these are all so awesome!! I especially love the “if you can’t take the heat” sign! Too cute!! Thanks so much for linking this up to Brag Monday.

  26. Great printables – and I just love the addition to your paper wreath with the candle plate and image!

    Chelsea

  27. This looks great! Much better than my collage of stuff taped to the wall! Thanks for the links to the printables.
    Stop by for a visit sometime!
    XO
    Heidi – Heart and Home

  28. oh WOW! It’s LOVELY! I was just looking at free printable art for a collage wall space in a little reading nook we are doing. I LOVE what you did!

  29. These are amazing! Thank you for the free printables! :)

  30. What a creative girl you are! Love it!

  31. This is great! I have the same area, that right now is all the girls’ artwork! Maybe I could do half and half??!!!

    Blessings,
    Cara

  32. this is awesome, thank you for the links

  33. Awesome ideas and I am looking for simple art to hang in the camper for CHEAP!! Love it!

  34. Wow! this is such a great idea!! i have never seen a prettier fridge! thanks for sharing.

  35. This is great! Thanks you so much for the freebies!

  36. gave you an award at my blog

    kimboscrafts.blogspot.com

  37. Those are great. My fridge will get a makeover too.

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  39. Hello Stephanie! I just did a posting where I framed some of your printable art. I also linked over to your blog…thought you may want to check it out!
    http://rachelpinkpants.blogspot.com/2010/07/my-kitchennow-new-and-improved.html

  40. I might have to pretend your silver lining print out is a pillow- I couldn’t find a picture of the appropriately embroidered pillows I remember finding at grandma’s when I was a kid or even the variations my own mother gave me every time I’ve had bad things happen to illustrate a point. And the awesome paper you printed on looks conveniently like organic fabric. (I’m running a micro blog on “stuff hippie moms like” that is kind jokey but true- and has my own hippie mother’s approval- and I realized how hard Silver linings were insisted upon as a kid earlier today…)

  41. Hello Stephanie! I’ve recently started a blog and did a posting where I framed some of your printable art featured here. I linked over to your blog…thought you may want to check it out! Thanks for the inspiration!
    http://honeysuckleonthevine.blogspot.com/2011/03/updating-frames.html

        

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