Some time ago in the Fall, I started to transition my daughter's room to one more suitable for a 5-year-old. I introduced unicorns as a theme without trying to overdo it, and bought a cute unicorn print and other paraphernalia to go around the room. Now it was time to swap out the old butterfly art on the opposing wall, and here is where today's project comes in.
But instead of making more unicorn prints, I tried to create the magic in other ways to tie in with the theme. I came up with one rainbow heart piece (she loved it!), and another that reads "Create Your Own Magic" - which I think is inspiration that every little girl needs to hear!
I also made the prints square to fit into the same 8" x 8" frames. You can resize them if you wish, or not use them for art at all. Either way, I think they definitely fit the bill for what I had in mind!
To get your copies, download the PDF for both prints HERE. Print on white card stock paper.
Trim around the new prints with a paper trimmer.
Insert them into frames (similar white frames can be purchased HERE), and give the glass a good shine with your best glass cleaning product.
*Please note - the artwork in this post is intended to be downloaded for personal use only, and not to be copied or sold!*
I have been making the art for her room since the days she was still in my tummy. It's so easy to swap out prints as she grows, and the best part is that it's free!
I hope you can use these in some way too, friends. I think they would also work in an office space. Smaller versions can printed for cards, and even tinier ones can be clipped into planners.