Print my free Easter artwork that I originally designed using custom fonts and Mac software. Last week I created two simple and colorful Easter subway signs for my own home. After I hung them I decided they were too cute to keep to myself. So I’m sharing them with all our Healthy Family readers today. Use them to brighten up your own Easter decor.
Print my free Easter artwork on regular 81/2 x 11 paper and trim the edges to fit them in an 8×10 picture frame. Mine are hung inside a simple black frame.
I love to visit Pinterest for decorating ideas. That’s where I originally found Courtney’s subway art sign for Easter in bright blue. It was perfect for my dining room, except for one thing. I needed two. I have two picture frames on either side of my china cabinet. One wouldn’t do. And I couldn’t put the identical picture in two frames. That would be too tacky. So I decided to design my own Easter subway art signs that would compliment each other and fit my space. I chose my colors carefully to match the room.
I recently bought a set of new turquoise spring towels and bright colored place mats at Target. I loved the color combinations. I like to decorate on a dime for every holiday at our house. Part of that tradition includes creating 8×10 artwork to hang for each season and holiday. Since subway sign art is really popular right now I decided to create a couple matching 8×10 Easter art designs. I’m funny about having balance in a room. I always like things in twos. If you are like me and you are into bright colorful Easter decor, these subway signs might do the trick in your house, too.
For best results be sure to choose the best color quality option on your printer when you print my free Easter artwork subway signs. If you want to tone down the color, play around with the saturation options on your printer.