The small town Colorado girl who’s obsessed with home and everything that entails! I’m a creative, a decorator, a day dreamer, a huge fan of scones, and I’m passionate about loving where I live and making a home.
Below I’m sharing my favorite digital art prints for fall, as well as helpful printing tips, my most loved frame options and more!
It’s no secret that I love digital art prints. You’ll see them all throughout our home and not only are they beautiful, but they’re very budget friendly too.
I first used the idea back in 2017 for our Christmas dining room shelves and ever since then, I’ve been hooked on the concept! And I’m not the only one, either! There are so many great options to choose from and it couldn’t be easier to print them, or have them printed for you! In case it’s new to you, I’m sharing all of my helpful tips below!
Each of these prints are perfect for the fall season, but they’re versatile enough to use them throughout the year… my favorite type of decor! They’re also perfect to mix and match together!
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You can find the sources for each image below, plus a few more of my favorite fall prints:
If you want to see more options, this is one of my favorite shops to browse through!
When it comes to printing your digital artwork, most sellers will include the specific print in a variety of common frame sizes. You’ll get a zip file, or have access to a shared folder where you can select what size you’d like to have printed.
If your print size is an 8×10 or less, you can easily print these off at home! We recently upgraded our home printer after our last one died and I can’t tell you how impressed I’ve been with our new printer. Not only does it do great on normal print jobs, but it produces top notch results on digital prints… in color! It’s also much more affordable on ink since you fill the color reservoir rather than using cartridges. Highly recommend!
I also always, always print my digital prints on a matte card stock. Paper quality is key here. When I have them printed at our local print shop, I have them use a light card stock material in a matte finish. From my experience, the paper/ printing has always been reasonable.
If you want a larger size printed than what your home printer can handle, I’d recommend visiting your local print shop. We happen to have a great local shop, but I’ve also used Office Depot as well. Other places you can try are: Costco, Walmart, Sams Club, Office Depot, Staples, Walgreens, etc.
Just tell them your size, share the print file and they’ll give you the different paper options they offer. It really couldn’t be easier!
Once you invest in a few nice frames, it’s easy to swap out your artwork seasonally. Over the years, I’ve been collecting several different size frames that I can easily move throughout the house. Below are several I really love (and I own several of them)!
Do you have a Frame TV? We got one last year for Christmas and we love it! I’ve had so much fun choosing artwork for it. Right now, I’m displaying this print on ours, but I wanted to include a few of my favorite prints in case you have one too!
I hope this post was helpful for you and that if you haven’t already, you’ll give digital prints a try! This really is one of my favorite ways to decorate on a budget!
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