Now that Valentine's Day is over… it's time to change out the artwork that I have displayed in my home. But with all of the white stuff still on the ground- spring feels a long way off (and didn't the groundhog recently agree?). So instead of moving on to spring-themed artwork, I decided to go with these family-themed free subway art printables instead. I hope that you love them as much as I do!
1. “You have brains in your head” Dr Suess Printable
I love this Dr Suess quote printable from All For The Boys! What great words to share with your kids!
2. “You Are Braver Than You Believe” Printable
One of my mantras when faced with making a decision is: “Will you regret doing it, or will you regret NOT doing it?” and I think this printable reminding all of us how brave we can be embodies that same emotion. From One Velvet Morning.
3. “Hold Peace In Your Heart”
This is actually one of my own creations. Because I think that teaching myself and my kids how to hold peace in your heart is super important, and also very hard to do!
Oh my. I love these words. They remind me how I felt when we moved from 2 kids to 3. 3 kids to 4. 4 kids to 5. 5 kids to 6. Because being a part of family (and dare I say- THIS family), is something truly wonderful. I know EXACTLY how lucky I am. Thanks to Sweet Coconut Lime for these beautiful words.
5. “It Only Seems Impossible” Printable
This is an inspiring quote from Nelson Mandela that I would love for my kids to take to heart. Printable by Living Well, Spending Less
6. Set Up Your Morning for Success!
If you could start off every day keeping in mind these 17 small things, you would totally be on your way to a perfect day! So why not share these with your family? Courtesy of Money Saving Mom!
7. Kitchen Rules (Just Like Life)
What if you applied the rules of the kitchen to the way you'd like your house to run? That's the idea behind My Computer is My Canvas Kitchen Rules!
8. “Happiness, Balance, Be Present” Printable
If I could boil it all down to a few key wishes… these would be it. I love this inspiring printable from Eye Candy Details.
9. “Wake Up Smiling” Printable
A lovely way to start the day. This would make a beautiful printable to greet the kids on their way down the stairs every day! From The Girl Creative.
10. “I Hope You Dance” Printable
One of my very favorite songs in the whole wild world is Lee Ann Womack's “I Hope You Dance”. It captures every wish and dream I have for my kids to be humble, be brave, be adventurous, and be kind. I created this printable a few years ago to remind them of the words that I used to sing to theme very night when I tucked them in (way back when they would still allow me to tuck them in!)
If these printables have't captured the exact message you want to convey- then check out this How to Create Subway Art Using PicMonkey tutorial from The Ginger Penny Pincher. ‘Cuz you KNOW how much I love me some PicMonkey!
So which ones would you like to hang in your home?