The other day my friend, Aleisha, and I enjoyed a lovely afternoon manicure. In the middle of a snow storm – a snow storm in spring. Thank you Utah.
I walked into the nail salon and knew exactly what I wanted. I immediately picked up a bottle of my favorite pale pink polish – OPI’s Let me Bayou a Drink. I am a bit obsessed with this color pink now. I’ve used it as an accent in my mostly navy bedroom and I am using it throughout the house this spring. Perhaps if I had enough pink to the house spring will actually arrive in Utah?
Despite the snow outside, I am taking down the St. Patty’s day decor and setting out the last of the Easter decorations in the cottage, including a few Easter art prints for my mantle.
Easter Art Prints
I created two fun Easter art prints for this year’s mantle and given my story, it should be no surprise both incorporate pink. The first print is a happy Easter print with bunny ears displayed on a pink background, while the second is a typographic Easter basket print.
The Easter prints on my mantle are 16×20.
To display the Easter art prints in your home:
- Download and save the print(s) from the download link below.
- Print the file on your color printer or at a professional print shop. I love the Cannon Pixma Pro for projects that are 11×14 or smaller and use the Costco Photo Center for larger images.
Sizing: The print is designed to be printed as either an 8×10 or 16×20 on photo paper or cardstock.
- Finish the print by framing. I like to use Ikea Ribba frames. They’re typically available for under $10 and look great with any style decor.
Download happy Easter print:
Download Easter basket print:
I love having these fun Easter art prints on display in my home!
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