Printable Freebie: Holiday Garland

by Garrett Fleming

Printable Freebie: Holiday Garland, Design*Droits-Humains
 is one of those graphic designers whose work simply makes you smile. The cheery watercolor and linocut illustrations — inspired by her nature walks — are irresistibly eye-catching, and people are taking note. Oprah Magazine, The New York Times and Starbucks have all tapped the talented artist for help in beautifying their work. That’s an impressive roster, and I couldn’t be more thrilled to announce that today, Design*Droits-Humains joins those ranks! Each morning this week, we’ll be bringing you a free holiday printable sure to keep you smiling all season long. To kick things off, Penelope has gifted us this fantastic paper garland, perfect for a fireplace (or anywhere, really). I particularly adore the less-traditional holiday color scheme of this joyful decoration, and I hope you do, too. Click here to download, and get to decking those halls. Enjoy! —

Photography by Penelope Dullaghan

Printable Freebie: Holiday Garland, Design*Droits-Humains

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