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Free Botanical Prints for a Home Refresh

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FTD has beautiful new botanical prints that are free to download that you can use to refresh your home spring, summer, winter or fall!

I have a special treat for you today. If you’ve been following or reading The Birch Cottage blog for long, you know I love botanical prints, like the fig botanical illustrations I shared last week. So, when FTD (yes, the FTD), reached out and asked if I’d be interested in sharing their beautiful new botanical prints with you, I said yes.

I love it when I find something that not only I truly love, but I think you’ll love, too! What’s the purpose of finding great deals or ideas, if not to share them, right?!

FTD Botanical Prints {free download}

The beauty of wall decor is that it can be changed easily and often. Wether you’d like to display your children’s new artwork​ or you’re looking for a way to refresh the room, switching the wall art can be done at a low cost and low effort.

To make it even easier, ​FTD​ has beautiful new ​botanical prints​ that are free to download. Just print out your desired size and add them to a frame for an easy refresh in your home. These florals will look good scattered throughout your house or hung in a row. Browse through to find your favorite ones!

Rose Print

botanical rose print

Hydrangea Print

botanical hydrangia print

Chinese Pear Print

botanical chinese pear print

Daffodil Print

botanical daffodil print

Peony Print

botanical peony print

Gardenia Print

botanical gardenia print

Cinnamon Print

botanical cinnamon print

Iris Print

botanical iris print

How to Print

Aren’t these FTD botanical prints just beautiful? I’m not sure which is my favorite. I think I’ll print them all! Speaking of printing these beautiful botanical prints, here are my tips for getting the best printing results.



Visit FTD to download your print(s). Remember, choosing the highest quality settings in your printer settings will give you the best quality print.


I recommend using nice cardstock paper for your prints. Whether you’re using cardstock or printer paper, you’ll want to cut and trim the prints using either a pair of scissors or a paper trimmer to fit the frame for your project (typically 8″x10″). 


Once you’ve printed and trimmed your botanical print to the appropriate size, you’ll want to place it in a frame. If you’re using a matted frame, it may not be necessary for you to trim the print first. 

These botanical prints from FTD are sure to bring new life to your home decor. Sometimes something as simple as changing out the prints will give your home the needed refresh.

So, which is your favorite? I’m crushing on the hydrangea print, but I’m gonna download and print ALL of them so I have them ready to refresh my wall art. Plus, they just might make a nice gift set, don’t you think?

Til next time…

Pam from The Birch Cottage

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Tamara Howsmon

Thursday 13th of June 2019

Love theses prints from FTD but I'm only counting 8 prints.

Pamela Baker

Thursday 13th of June 2019

Ha! I didn’t even catch that! I’ll contact FTD and see what they have to say. I’ll let you know. Thanks for bringing this to my attention.

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