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Vintage Birdhouse Plans Printable Art

Decorate for spring with these printable vintage birdhouse plans art!

As I was sitting and talking with some friends the other day, I looked over and noticed I still had these Christmas printables hanging in our dining room. Embarrassing!

So when my friend Carrie from Lovely, Etc asked if I wanted to join in with her and a bunch of other bloggers to bring you lots of spring printables, it was the perfect opportunity to make some new art! Along with these fun vintage birdhouse art prints, make sure to check below for the other free printables being shared.

Two frames with vintage birdhouse plans art in them on a wall.

Birdhouse Art Prints

Last year I enjoyed the different versions of my vintage inspired seed packet art in these frames. Make sure to check out the amazing herb seed packet art, vegetable seed packet art, flower seed packet art, Christmas seed packet art and Halloween seed packet art

But this year I wanted something different!

Since I have been loving birdhouses as decor lately, and want to incorporate more of that into my spring decor this year. I decided to do something with birdhouses for art prints…. but what???

Horizontal picture with 4 vintage birdhouse plans art in frames.

And then it hit me, why not merge two of my favorite things: creating art and building! 

Birdhouses are such a fun thing to build in the spring. They are easy, and remind me of being a kid getting creative in the shop. So I took that idea and turned it into the perfect vintage birdhouse plans art.

These 4 art prints look like grandpa’s sketches of birdhouse plans. Or maybe something from a vintage catalog or magazine. I even made the paper look worn and discolored.

Four printable spring art prints made to look like vintage build plans of birdhouses.

Since I have 4 frames on the wall in my dining room, I needed to make 4 different vintage birdhouse art prints. So I decided to make some different vintage style birdhouses. 

And I just love how all the different prints turned out. I’m sure my kids are going to request we make 1 or more of these birdhouses this spring after seeing the plans up on the wall everyday.

Cedar birdhouse plans art in a frame on the wall.

As part of the spring printable blog hop, I am sharing the Cedar Birdhouse Plans art print for free in my Subscriber Library. Click here to subscribe to my newsletter and gain access to all the freebies in my library. If you already have your password, click here to download it.

The other 3 birdhouse prints are available for purchase in my shop here. Pick your favorites to make a fun statement wall for spring or anytime!

Free Printables for Spring

 

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Kristen Reiter

Wednesday 11th of March 2020

Do you have them with a white background? Love the vintage look but don’t want to pull yellow.

Kati

Thursday 12th of March 2020

No I just have them with the vintaged background.

Melissa George

Monday 18th of March 2019

Kati - these are so fun, and love that they can be used all over the house, all year!

Kati

Sunday 24th of March 2019

Thanks Melissa! I definitely do not plan on putting them away after spring, I'm sure I will find plenty of fun places for them.

Meg Green With Decor

Saturday 16th of March 2019

I love these so much!! They're perfect for your home!

Kati

Sunday 24th of March 2019

Thanks Meg!

Carrie

Wednesday 13th of March 2019

I love the architectural element to these! What a fun, unique take on spring. Thank you so much for sharing these!

Kati

Sunday 24th of March 2019

I'm so glad you said architectural element because that is what I was going for, but for little bird houses ;)

Kathy

Wednesday 13th of March 2019

These are so cute! Could totally be left up all year round.

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