Our kids always need encouragement. Encouragement to do hard things. To dream big. It’s one thing to say the words to them, but this free printable wall art for girls is a great way to remind them everyday that, “Hey, I’ve got this.” With so much pressure to not stand out in a crowd, I want my girls to know that they are awesome and they can do anything that they put their minds to.
Materials needed for the Free Printable Wall Art for Girls:
Photo Paper (or regular printer paper)
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My trusty HP printer has seen better days and since I totally depend on being able to print not only for personal use, but for home schooling, I picked up the new, colorful HP 3636 from Walmart. The bright red color fits in perfectly with my office! (They have blue and purple too, if you prefer.)
Since I do a lot of my planning and printing after the kids go to bed, the quiet mode that this printer offers is super helpful.
It also connects easily to a smartphone or tablet, so my kids can print school projects that they are working on without having to e-mail it to the computer first.
Since my oldest daughter is starting 9th grade work this year (how did that happen?!!?!), I wanted to give her bedroom an upgrade (honestly, we hadn’t done any wall decorations in there since we moved in….) and encourage her at the same time.
So I created this free printable wall art set for her.
There is (1) 8×10, (2) 5x7s and (1) 4×6.
We used them all, but you can decide which ones you want.
I picked up some fun frames to go with the pictures. I selected a variety of textures and styles to add flair to the wall gallery.
All you need to do is print the wall art from the file below and trim around the edges to fit into the frames. I found that I needed to add about 1/8″ of an inch on all sides so that the pictures didn’t slide around inside the frames.
I also cut one 5×7 piece of scrapbook paper to put inside one frame. And a 4×6 piece of burlap (and a burlap heart) for another frame to add some variety.
After I had filled the frames, I laid them out on my desk to decide how to display them on the wall. It was a good thing I didn’t start with the nails because I switched them up about ten times…
Then I took them to the girls’ room and hung them up above the bed.
As I was hanging the pictures the girls were standing behind me choosing their favorites. Thankfully, they couldn’t decide because they liked all of them so much.
When my high schooler is having a tough day, I hope that she will see these and remember “I’ve got this.”