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As someone who spends 90% of her life online, living in the Southern Hemisphere can be a little strange when it comes to seasonal changes.
As summer winds down in the Northern Hemisphere, my Pinterest feed becomes a tribute to all thing fall. Pictures of chunky blankets, ugg boots, rusty leaves, and oversized jumpers abound. And even though I’m desperately looking forward to spring, I can’t help but find myself pining for leafy footpaths, hot chocolates, and giant scarves.
I should probably go outside more.
Anyway, because I’ve got some serious #fallvibes (that’s what the kids say, right?), I decided to make a free fall printable to share with you all.
I’ve made this autumn printable in several sizes including 24 x 36, 16 x 20, 8 x 10, 5×7, A3, and A4. You can print the 5 x 7, 8 x 10 and A4 sizes using your home printer and trim them to size (I personally like using a paper guillotine to trim my printables because I can’t cut straight to save my life). If you’d like to print one of the larger sizes, you can get bigger prints done at some office supply stores.
If you download this printable, I would be immensely grateful if you could give this post a little share on Pinterest. This blog is only new so I rely on people like yourself sharing these things so that others can find them. Thank you!
Free autumn definition printable
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To download, click the download button in your web browser (not via the Pinterest app, as this will result in an error). This will download a .zip file which contains all sizes of the printable. To open .zip files on Windows, right click the folder, select Extract All, and then follow the on-screen instructions. On Mac, double click the .zip file and the folder will be unzipped automatically.