inspire.2013: Free downloadable wall art

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Long ago, before most of us bloggers were blogging, a scrapbooker named Ali Edwards was raising a high bar for New Years Resolutions for years to come. Her concept was simple: one little word.

Can you identify a single word that sums up what you want for yourself? It can be something tangible or intangible. It could be a thought or a feeling or an emotion. It can be singular or plural. One little word can have big meaning in your life if you allow yourself to be open to the possibilities.  [source]

I’ve seen this practice in use on all different websites. Although I’m not one for New Years Resolutions (although at some point this year I may share with you mine), I find a lot of appeal in this concept. It’s simple, it’s straightforward, and it’s… powerful.

I put a lot of thought into what I wanted my word to be. Where do I see myself going this year? What are my goals for H&H? And the word came to me.

Inspire.

To kickstart I’m sharing 13 free downloadable pieces of art. Print them at home or use a professional site to get poster-quality artwork to display at home or on your desk and keep you inspired.


 If you haven’t checked out Shay’s page yet, you should. She’s great. Not only did she design H&H for me but she made me some veggie-related artwork as well.  There are a plethora of colors to choose from, you can see which colors are available and then pick your favorite.

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Black. Green. Orange. Red. Blue.


Click on each picture to be taken to the original site with a high resolution PDF that you can download and print. While you’re there be sure to send the original artist some love and thank them for their hard work!

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  1. Barbara Bamber | justasmidgen says

    These are so wonderful! I would like to make my own inspirational quote and wondered what software these talented women use to make theirs? I don’t want to spend a fortune on the wrong software, so I would so appreciate any advice? xx Smidge

  2. Alison Bayne (@Mumtopia_UK) says

    Just found your post on Frugal Ways, Sustainable Days – how fabulous to find such lovely wall art for FREE! My favourite is the DIY Mummy one.

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