Bring the outdoors inside with these vintage inspired herb prints made to look like vintage seed packets.
These vintage inspired herb prints are a great way to add wall decor to your kitchen or dining room. And printables are the perfect option to be able to change out your decor every season on a budget.
Add a little spring to your home with these herb prints. The beautiful watercolor herbs are made to look like vintage seed packet art.
This vintaged herb seed packet art is an easy way to add a statement or gallery wall to any home. Add a cluster of all four to make a gallery wall or use just your favorite one or two in your home decor.
When I was finally (in February) putting the Christmas decorations in our dining room away, I realized the double-sided tape I used to put the Christmas seed packet art printables in the frames did not come off the flower seed packet printables like I thought it would.
Instead it just ripped the art underneath until it was unusable. Of course, I could easily reprint it. And I do love the flower seed packet art. But I figured this was fates way of telling me it was time to make new seed packet art!
I thought about doing vegetable seed packets, and I still plan on doing them (UPDATE: vegetable seed packet art is available here).
But for this early spring decor I knew I wanted to do herb prints for my dining room. There is just something about fresh herbs that make me realize winter is gone. The fresh flavors, and bright colors, and beautiful aromas make me so happy.
So I decided it was time to make some vintage inspired herb prints for my frames in the dining room.
The pops of bright greens with a sprinkling of color are just right to make me super excited for it to stop snowing. And I cannot wait to get my fingers in the dirt and start planting my herbs.
However, that will probably have to wait for another couple months. Until then, this printable herb art will have to do!
Having a set of four frames in my dining room make is super easy to change out the decor to match the season.
I bought these basic frames from Ikea, but the white mats just did not work with the vintagy brown look of the herb prints. So I pulled out those mats and gave them a quick spray with some black spray paint.
Now I love that the art really pops off the mats. And they say you should always have a little black in every room to help ground it. Check and check!
And to make switching out my art even easier, I removed the glass from the frames.
It also got rid of the glare issue I was having whenever the lights were on or the sun was shining. I think I might go remove all my picture frame glass. I’m liking it so much better (and there’s less cleaning too).
Now you are ready to decorate your home and get ready for spring!