It’s almost February so I’m switching out my winter décor and adding plenty of pink! I made some fresh watercolor Valentine art with a set of light pink X and O script prints. And now I’m sharing them with you!
How to Make It Your Style
I love how the light pink watercolor looks so soft and subtle, that’s my favorite style of home décor.
You can completely tailor the look to your style just by your choice of frame and/or matte. I used an ivory matte and a white frame, but they would pair well with gold, silver, wood tone, red, black and probably more!
I also shared another Valentine art printable with brighter pink watercolors, so if you’re interested you can take a look here.
To add a bit more pink and dimension to my mantle, I took a pair of old picture frames, spray painted them gold, and filled them with pink cardstock paper. This is a really easy way to add color or texture to compliment your artwork or other décor.
The big white board behind the frames is for a sign I’ve been meaning to make, but I haven’t gotten to yet. It would look amazing if it was covered in a pink floral pattern to compliment this whole look, but then I couldn’t make my sign so, it’s staying white for now 🙂
Pink roses would look really lovely with this art! Any pink flowers would look nice, though. I put out my white hydrangeas and pink spring bouquets. But I think I need to get some roses next 🙂
Valentine Art Printables
These prints are 8×10 inch size, and come ready to print on letter sized paper (8.5×11 inch). You can easily print them at home (I did). I’ve added a light grey border around the print to show you where to cut for an 8×10.
You can download this set of watercolor Valentine art as a free printable in my blog subscribers’ Printable Library. Fill out the form below to gain access and get these free printables!