These pretty Hand Lettered Fourth of July Wall Art Prints will go great with your patriotic decor! Comes in three different designs!
This year seems like it’s going really fast, right? Maybe because I’m chasing after a two-year-old all day, but I feel like I need more time to do some Fourth of July crafts and recipes. I love this holiday, because of it’s meaning, obviously…but also because of ice cream and pie.
If you’re not the crafting type, you’ll love these Fourth of July Wall Art Prints! Just print, cut and display! I hand lettered these (technically brush lettered) using my Tombow Dual Brush Pen Art Marker. I got it at a conference and I can’t help playing with it! If you’d like to learn how to hand letter, check out some tips and download my worksheets HERE or try some Hand Lettering Classes at Skillshare (make sure you sign up for a free trial if you aren’t already a Skillshare member and read about some of my FAVORITE classes).
In my home town, the Fourth of July is a big deal. Even though I come from a tiny town, we still have a parade and everything. Okay, the parade is mostly a few fire trucks and some classic cars…and the high school band. It’s still fun, though! The kids always have a great time. If I don’t go home for the Fourth of July, I’m always sad that I missed that ridiculous little parade.
These prints come in 8″ x 10″ and 5″ x 7″. I always have to rummage through my frames to find one, so having the option is always a plus for me! ha! I think these would look great with a couple different frame sizes, all displayed on the wall together. If you have this color scheme, you can leave them up all year!
Download the FREE Fourth of July Wall Art Prints below!
What fun activities will you be doing for the Fourth of July this year?
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Red, White and Blue Jello Poke Cake also, check out how to make those cute pinwheels HERE
These are so pretty, Erin! I love the watercolor.
Allison Messina says