Fall dictionary page printables give your home instant whimsical autumn charm.
I’ve created ten fall dictionary page printables for you, all completely free. Printing and framing your new autumn home decor couldn’t be easier or more affordable. The autumn wall art I’ve created features colorful leaves, pumpkins, fall flowers, apples, foxes, and more. You have your choice of timeless fall themes, all created as ready-to-print art for easy framing. Get your home decorated for fall in a snap, so you have more time (and funds!) to put toward pumpkin spice lattes, apple picking, and choosing kid Halloween costumes.
I’m sure it doesn’t come as a surprise that since I finished my vintage dictionary page printables, I haven’t been able to stop creating with them. Old dictionaries have such a classic aesthetic that works for a wide variety of home decor, including seasonal wall art. Since I created this fall dictionary page printables collection, I’ve been rolling out lots more dictionary page printables. I also have sets available for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, and summer. I will be releasing even more collections over the next year. If there’s anything you’d like to see here, please let me know!
The free fall dictionary page printables are for personal use only. You may print them as many times as you like for yourself, including for classroom use. Please don’t share the files with family and friends. If they would like their own printables, please direct them to this post. Thank you!
I’ve created two versions of each autumn printable: one with a border and one without a border. Depending on the type of frame you choose and the aesthetic you want for your fall home decor, one version may work better than the other.
The previews I’m sharing in this post are low-resolution, which is okay for sharing on social media but not printing. To access the high-resolution versions, click on the download links for the decor you want to print. All of the download links are for 8×10 prints. The previews in this post aren’t necessarily 8×10, which means they may not work well in your 8×10 frames. Using the download links ensures that the images you download are properly sized.
Colorful fall leaves
A variety of red, orange, and yellow hand-painted autumn leaves on a vintage dictionary letter A page.
Scattered colorful autumn leaves
Scattered fall leaves in rich reds, oranges, and yellows on a vintage dictionary letter H page.
Orange and yellow fall floral bouquet, complete with leaves, berries, and a feather on a vintage dictionary letter K page.
Timeless fall wreath with vibrant red and orange leaves on a vintage dictionary letter D page.
Beautiful orange and yellow fall tree at the height of the autumn season on a vintage dictionary letter V page.
Set of three red apples with water drops and leaves on a vintage dictionary letter J page.
Mama and baby fox wrapped in a hug, complete with a couple of red watercolor hearts, on a vintage dictionary letter O page.
Beatrix Potter squirrels scene, perfect for fall home decor, on a vintage dictionary letter F page.
Classic rainboots paired with three colorful fall leaves on a vintage dictionary letter B page.
Watercolor yellow to red ombre pumpkin on a vintage dictionary letter R page.
Watercolor pumpkin with “happy fall” text
A version of the watercolor yellow to red ombre pumpkin dictionary page with the text “happy fall” in charcoal letters across the bottom.
How to print fall dictionary page printables
Printing free printables is pretty straightforward. I’m sharing a few tips to help you create high-quality prints sized appropriately for your frames.
I recommend using a reputable print service, such as Shutterfly or SmugMug, or purchasing Finestra Art paper for at-home printing for a professional finish. White cardstock is also a solid option if you like a thicker paper that produces a darker finish for printing framed wall art. Regular printer paper does work but won’t create beautiful prints.
I use a laser printer for the vast majority of my home printing and highly recommend this Canon Color ImageCLASS printer for color laser printing. My current pick for a color inkjet printer is the HP OfficeJet 3830. You won’t find an inkjet printer with better quality or ease of use at this price point.
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