Sometimes, things just stick with you. You can read or hear something that you tuck back in the depths of your mind and when you least expect it, it comes back and its like everything was always meant to be like that. When I was in the seventh grade many many moons ago, I had to create a poetry book comprised of original and classic poems that spoke to us. One of the first poems that I found *in a book–gasp!* was one by Lord Byron titled She Walks in Beauty. Its one that I’ve adored ever since the first time I read it and when I was searching for the perfect quote or phrase to hang in Baby Sister’s room, I knew exactly what to use. Of course, I’m offering it up today as a free print so keep reading to get all of the details!
Now, if you’ve never heard of She Walks in Beauty before or haven’t had the lucky chance to read the entire thing for yourself, I figured that that might be a great place to start this post. I’m a sucker for all things super romantic and this poem encompasses such a true love, much like the one that I feel for The Husband and my kidlets. I created a 5×7 print that you can easily print and frame if you end up loving it as much as I do.
Since I know that not everyone may be obsessed with the color scheme that I’ve chosen for the nursery, I’ve also designed each size of the print in a pink color scheme and a simple black and white color scheme to hopefully have something that’s appealing for everyone. I’ve grouped the Project Life sized cards (3×4) and the 8×10 prints together to cut down on the amount of files here. The 16×20 prints are available to download individually by color. Simply download the file of the size you want and print!
If you look close at the Project Life and 8×10 files, you might see the original direction I was going with the artwork. I hand lettered and water-colored the piece, but the style just didn’t end up “going” with the style I was after. I thought some of y’all might like the softer style so I included those in the downloads as well. And because I know someone will ask, I had my 16×20 printed at Costco. It ended up being $6 and change so if I decide to change it out soon, I won’t feel like I’ve wasted a ton of money.
Pretty please keep things honest and fair and do not sell, copy, or redistribute these prints in any manner. I love being able to offer these prints to you for free and I’d hate to have to change that!
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