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Beautiful DIY Botanical Art Projects

Botanical art is a style that transcends not only time but many many styles. Botanical and flower art can cross over from anything from a cottage style to even decorate the walls of a more modern home.   A few years ago I created a collection called Sparrow and Blossom and one of my favorite part so that collection was all of the botanical imagery and I had used these botanical prints from a book I had found in an old shop last year for my spring line lookbook. There’s something about bringing nature indoors through art that just feels good.  I wanted to share with you some  DIY botanical art projects that you could make for your own home and bring some nature inside.

Botanical images on a wall with a chair and vintage dresser


Pressed flowers are always a favorite with botanical art and people are doing some really creative things with them. I love how these dried, pressed flowers really embellish a vintage picture and take it up an entire level.

Framed dried flowers on a mantel with flowers

You can see how to press your own with books here. In this project below, we took flowers from the yard and created a beautiful plaster-looking based art with the impressions

Press flowers into wet spackle


Flower printables are always a great way to decorate and bring a floral touch to your decor. This one is pretty to frame and keep out all year long.
floral in jar painting on an easel
Large scale botanical art is easily made with royalty-free vintage images and a local printer.  I love how Karen, the graphics fairy always has awesome ones, She is so amazing in the way she shares them with us.If you need a fabulous vintage graphic; she is your go to girl.
How to make large scale botanical framed art


Pressed flowers  are pretty, biut pressed ferns and burlap are every prettier. Make your own vintage looking art with real pressed ferns!
Botanical Art made with spackle and burlap
Even though it’s not fall yet, is I know  that you’ll love this pressed dried flowers on faux pumpkins project! It makes sure you can leave them out way before and after Halloween!
Floral decoupaged pumpkin
I hope you love bringing and creating this DIY botanical art into your home!

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  1. These are all so lovely – I love plant, butterfly and bird photos/graphics. But I had no idea that they were available at The Graphics Fairy! How cool is that and so generous of Karen, whom I gather is the magical leprechaun behind that site. Thank you so much for this post, it is a keeper!

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