Hello all my lovlies! Let's start this Monday off on a good note, with some freebies! Who doesn't love freebies?!

Over the weekend, I designed 10 - yup you read that right - prints that I want to give you as a gift just for being awesome!

I honestly love these prints, they are on trend with the minimal and mid-century modern aesthetic that is dominating the internet right now (which I am obsessed with BTW - my home is filled with mid-century modern furniture).

I designed a few black and white typography prints, line art prints, floral prints, and some warn-toned mid-century inspired prints.

Okay, okay, okay enough describing the prints, what about you have a look for yourself!

Take a look and see what free goodies are in store for you in the image below!

These prints will make the perfect addition to any space in your home.

Pair the black and white typography and line art prints with bold pops of decor or other wall art.

The warm toned prints can be used as accent pieces in a room that might need a little more warmth or color.

Add one of the sassy typography prints in your entryway for an instant smile when you get home.

Hell, you can even use these as backgrounds for your phone! The possibilities are basically limitless.

If you need any help styling any of these prints or wonder what the pair them with, leave a comment in this post! I will respond back with some design tips for you!

So, I bet you are wondering how can you download these fabulous prints?

Easy! Subscribe to my email and you will get instant access to download all 10 of these prints!

Before you print your new posters, I have a few tips that I would love to share with you to make sure you get the best quality prints!

  • The prints are all sized as 8x10 jpgs.

  • I suggest taking the files to Staples, Office Max, or any art store where they have print services to get the highest quality image.

  • I recommend printing on 100lb or higher matte paper for the highest quality and high paper durability. Please note that the printed colors may differ from what shows on your monitor. This is due to the different calibrations of each monitor and printers.

  • Do not print the image larger than 8x10" as the quality of the graphics will decrease the larger the size gets.

  • However, you can make the prints smaller! 5x7" prints make amazing accent pieces!

  • To make the print appear larger, get an 11x14" frame and an 8x10" matte. This will make the print look bigger and add extra dimension to the piece!

Please let me know if you have any questions about the prints or if you need any design tips! Send me an email at or leave a comment below and I will get back to you!

Thanks for subscribing and I hope you enjoy the prints as much as I enjoyed designing them for you!

All the Best,



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