1.11.2011

Printable Valentine Subway Art

The Valentine Subway Art is ready!  I have a bunch of colors for you to choose from again because honestly, I have fun coming up with different combinations.  I tried something a little different this time and added an accent color to the print.  What do you think?  Do you like it with a pop of color?




This framed subway art is another free-to-me project.  I switched the print in my frame to the subway art and for the petals I cut up a rose that I already had.  You can shop around and see what is less expensive, a rose from the dollar store, or pre-cut petals. 


When I was working on the design, I added a little something fun from one of my family's favorite movies.  The words just seemed to fall into place.  Do you see it?  It may or may not say 'True Loves Kiss'.  You can decide. :)  So go ahead and click play and enjoy True Loves Kiss from the Movie Enchanted (only one of the sweetest movies ever) as you browse through the selection of colors and styles and choose the one that you like best.
 

There are nine prints with a background and one without a background that can be printed onto any color of paper you like. (Lighter colors will look best.)


For Personal Use Only

To print them:

Click on the print you want to use, to open it into a full screen.

Then either..

1. Right click on copy to copy and paste it into a document,

or

2. Right click on save picture as to save it as an image.

(I print them onto white card stock.)

The prints were made to fit an 8x10 frame, but can be stretched to fit other sizes as well.  To size them, copy and paste the print to an editing program (ex. Microsoft Publisher or Word, Photo shop) then use the side rulers to make it the size that you want. In Photo shop you may need to save it as a picture first.  (The prints in the picture above are 5x7's.  The print that is framed at the top of the post is an 8x10.)

Neapolitan

Tuxedo
(Thanks Leslie for the fabulous suggestion!)

A Splash of Lilac
(Thanks for helping me with the name Jen!.)

Red Hots

Black Licorice

Raspberry

Strawberry

Cherry Chocolate

Chocolate 

Cookies 'n Cream
(Print this version without a background on your favorite scrapbook paper, or add your own background in an editing program.)




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 Did you find one that you like?  If you use the Valentine Subway Art and post about it, leave a link in the comments so we can all come see what you've done and get some new ideas!
 
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48 comments:

Leslie said...

name suggestion... Your black one with the hints of red reminds me of a tuxedo. You should name it Tuxedo... just a thought!

Pink Princess said...

LOVE them, esp. the pink one :) I will use it and show it on my blog for you to see too :) (someday this week lol)

Thank you for posting them ♥

Janet said...

In response to Leslie: Ooh, I love Tuxedo! Perfect!

To Pink Princess: I can't wait to see it!

Teresa said...

I love these! Thank you so much! The January is hanging in my entry way!

Missy G said...

these are great - thank you so much!

Lindsey said...

These are awesome! And Tuxedo works for me as a name. :)

Momma Button said...

Totally love the January freebie! And I'll be using this one as well. Thanks so very much for sharing your talents!

I Play Outside The Box said...

Awesome! Love how you used the petals in the finished piece...so clever!

Amy said...

I love these! Thank you! I've been looking for some unique new Valentines decorations!

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

These are so cute!You are so talented. Just found your blog.It's great!

Keisha Lynn @ Project Campbell said...

These are great... thank so much!!! I plan to put the red on on my photo wall!!! Feel free to check out my blog to see how I use it! Thanks again!!!

Amanda said...

This was featured today over at Today's Top 20! Hooray!

Amanda
www.todaystoptwenty.blogspot.com

Amy {The Idea Room} said...

These are so great!! Sharing your link with a few of my FB friends ;)

Alison said...

This is super-duper cute... I'm just having a hard time picking out which print I want to use!! Thanks so much for sharing!!

~Alison
http://oopsey-daisy.blogspot.com/

Kindra-At Home With K said...

Thank you again for sharing with us. Your subway art just gets cuter and cuter! I'm going to have a hard time picking a color. :)

simplydesigning.blogspot.com said...

This is great!

I am showing this off on my site on Tuesday!

Feel free to grab an I've been featured button if you like.

Also I have a weekly Friday link party, if you'd like to join, I'd love to have you!

Thanks again!

Ashley
www.simplydesigning.blogspot.com

MelisaH said...

so much fun! I printed the pink and brown off on cream colored cardstock--ooh laa laa! oh and as I was scrolling down I thought the black with pink looked like Pink Velvet?

JenHunsaker said...

From my computer, the colors on the one missing the name make it look like lilacs. Maybe name it "A splash of lilac".

Janet said...

In Reply to Melisa H: I read your suggestion to name the print 'Pink Velvet' and thought-what a great name, it really fits! Unfortunately someone already beat us to it. :( I've never heard of pink velvet before, so thinking that maybe I was missing out on a yummy flavor of cake, I Googled it. I was pretty surprised when the top links that came up were to 'Pink Velvet'...the Brittish porn movie! (I KNOW that you had no idea!) So while it 'could' be considered Valentines, I think I'd better pass on this one. :)

Also, I LOVE your idea to print the subway art onto cream colored cardstock. Thanks for the idea!

Bettymnz4 said...

Thank you. I may resize and print the plain one on the patterned interior of security envelopes (for my scrap paper) - idea from carolynshomework.blogspot.com

At 30% most of the subway arts fit nicely on the side of a Puffs box (I use that instead of wood blocks).

Janet said...

In reply to Bettymnz4: Thanks for the fun ideas! I love that you thought to use a puffs box, how creative. :)

Michael - Innkeeper said...

these are amazing. ah-mazing!!
and i love, love the rose petals in them.

Dee said...

Thank you so much!!! I found you on House of Hepworth's and am now a follower!!!

Court said...

Thanks so much for these! I snatched the Neapolitan for me and the Tuxedo I am putting together for my Mom. I will link back as soon as I am done with them! :)

Courtney
frog2fab.blogspot.com

Erica said...

Thank you so much!! I love this! I am falling in love lately with these simple holiday decorations!!

Diane said...

OMGosh, these are gorgeous! I couldn't pick just one color. I ♥ them all. Thank you so much for sharing them.

melismama said...

Thank you for sharing these!

Kristine said...

Thanks for the freebies! Will be blogging about these in the future. Hubs b'day is on Valentine's Day...maybe the front of his card. You are so generous to share! Thank you!

Alayna said...

I love that there are people out there that know what they are doing with computers:) The printables are great and I am going to use a few...as soon as I decide on what color. Thanks for the many choices!

Amanda said...

Thanks for sharing these, you have inspired me to try my own!

AllieMakes! said...

So cute! And I LOVE the petals! Genius! Thank you for sharing the printables!
You should come link this up to my weekly Thursday through Sunday Making It With Allie Link Party! I think it would make a Fabulous addition!
AllieMakes.Blogspot.com

Fallan said...

Oh these are so cute! Thanks for sharing them! I will def. be printing one...or more! =)

Becca said...

Thanks so much for linking up! I'm going to print one of these for my living room today! I'm featuring this on my blog tomorrow.

Becca
becca-homeiswheremystorybegins.blogspot.com

abeachcottage said...

These are lovely. Thanks so much for sharing. Still deciding which one (or two) to print!

Mary said...

This is an awesome post, I would really love it if you linked this up to Masterpiece Monday at Boogieboard Cottage, the link will be up all Week! Take care, Mary :O)

Bonnie said...

Thank you for sharing. My favorite is the tuxedo one. Such creative names and varieties.

Bonnie from somewhereincraftland.blogspot.com

Julie @ The Family CEO said...

Thanks so much for this! I LOVE it! I printed it on a piece of red scrapbooking cardstock and I'm looking for a chunky black frame to put it in. Thanks again!

Jenny @ Embellishing Life said...

Enchanted is one of my absolute favorite princess movies. So sweet!
Thanks for sharing your printable subway art at the catwalk! I am featuring it today! :)

ificould said...

So super cute!! I posted a link: http://ificould-ificould.blogspot.com/2011/01/valentines-subway-art-free-download.html

Grab a featured button if you want: http://ificould-ificould.blogspot.com/p/featured-sites.html

Thanks for sharing!!!
Missy & Kimi

Anonymous said...

Did you ever think of doing a Subway Art for grandpaent's? Just an idea. I have a picture frame that has 3 spaces. I would like to put pictures in 2 places and a subway art in the middle. Thank you for all your printables and great ideas.

The Striped Box said...

Your amazing! Thank you for making this FREE!

Janet said...

In reply to Anonymous: I have some ideas for subway art themes that can be used year round, but haven't taken the time to design them yet. I think a grandparent theme is a great idea, thanks for the suggestion. :)

Abby said...

You are so my newest and most favorite blog right now!! I'm so glad I found you!! These are awesome, and you have so many cute ideas on your blog! I hope you don't mind, I'm posting a few of these adorable pictures on my blog tomorrow. If you have a second, I'd love if you came over and followed along!! Thanks again for the printables. I want all of them!! www.myyellowsandbox.blogspot.com

Di said...

This is perfect for my mantle. I have a few things on there and this will really pull it all together. Thanks so much for sharing!

One Seasoned Mama said...

This site is GREAT! I've decided to love on me as much as I love on my family for Valentines this year, which means I'll be putting "love" letters like this all over the house (I'm calling it all love letters, because it all is!)

New follower, for sure!

Kelly said...

I linked to you on my blog. Thanks for the inspiration!

Missy said...

I am so happy I stumbled upon your blog. Thank you so much for letting us use your projects. I am now a big fan!

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