Printable Wall Art : New Additions to The Print Shop

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Happy Friday guys!  Check out some new printable wall art!

I wanted to send out a quick post with a few new additions to my Etsy print shop.  My goal was to keep adding prints weekly if I can.

These photographs were all taken and digitally processed by me.  The various sizes for each print are available via my Etsy shop.

Printable Wall Art : New Additions to The Print Shop

 

Printable Wall Art : New Additions to The Print Shop

 

Printable Wall Art : New Additions to The Print Shop

 

Printable Wall Art : New Additions to The Print Shop

 

This next one was digitally processed by me.  It’s watercolor artwork.  It has a minimal style and would be perfect for a nursery or kids room.  It’s a set of four 8×10 prints.  So you can easily just print this one at home.  You can get more close up looks at the watercolor art on my etsy shop.  My favorite one is the cat!  The eyes look really cool in watercolor style.

Printable Wall Art : New Additions to The Print Shop

Printing Options for Printable Wall Art

A huge part of buying printable art is figuring out how/where to print and frame them.

Luckily, there are several quick options:

  1. Fed/Ex Kinkos or Staples – you can download their apps and have your art printed at the location of your choice.  Then you just pick it up when you’re ready.  Alternatively, you can go there and print them.
  2. Engineer Prints – These same places I mentioned above (as well as local print shops) will also print engineer prints.  This is a really good, cheap option for larger black and white prints.  Engineer prints aren’t really meant to print color photos (yet).  Once you frame them though – you can’t tell that were printed cheap.  I promise!
  3. Online printers – Shops like Print Runner and SmartPress will print your items and ship them directly to your door.  You just upload your digital file to their website.
  4. Framing and Printing Sources :  SimplyFramed and FrameBridge will both print your art AND frame it for you (there are tons of options on each).  This option is obviously the most costly.  If you want the convenience of just having it all done for you this is a good option.  I find you can get cheaper frames through IKEA, Michael’s, Target and Amazon.  A little nicer, pricier option?  I love, love love West Elm Frames.  They are a little pricier but there are usually coupons floating around.

Have a great weekend guys!

xo Karen

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