Free Watercolor Butterfly Printable

Hey guys! So today I have a free little butterfly printable for you.

Free Watercolor Butterfly Summer Printable - Girls Room - Garden Printable - Botanical Insect Watercolor Print- Teal Girl Bedroom Free Printable Decor -Farmhouse Printable Artwork

It comes in the following sizes: 16×20, 8×10, and 5×7. Hope you love it! If you use it in your decor, feel free to tag me on instagram, or use the hashtag #welivedhappilyeverafterblog

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  1. Alex says:

    I love your blog! What do you use to scan your images printables to get them digital? Do you just use a scanner (and if so, what kind?), or do you go somewhere where they do that professionally? I've tried scanning drawings, and I haven't been able to get it right; they never look crisp and clear like the original.

    • Hi Alex! I actually use my camera. I've tried scanners before, but I have found my camera gives the best color representation and resolution. I use a Canon T3i. Hope that helps!

    • Alex says:

      Thank you so much! I never would have thought of that, but I actually did something similar (with my stupid iPhone camera) a while ago out of desperation. I just bought a Nikon D3200 that I'm trying my best to figure out, so I'll try that! Thanks again!

      wildbluealex.com

    • Alex says:

      Huh, I replied, but I don't see it here. Anyway, thank you for the tip!!

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