Summer dictionary page printables give your home instant whimsical summer charm.
I’ve created 12 summer dictionary page printables for you, all completely free. Printing and framing your new summer home decor couldn’t be simpler or more affordable. Get your home decorated for summer quickly, so you have more time (and money!) to enjoy the beautiful months ahead with family and friends.
I’m sure it’s not a surprise at all that ever since I rolled out my vintage dictionary page printables, I’ve been creating with them nonstop. Antique dictionaries have such a timeless aesthetic that fits a wide range of home decor styles. They’re also perfect for seasonal wall decor.
Since I released the original dictionary pages, I’ve created fall, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas dictionary wall art collections. I also have Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day-themed word collections with digital collage sheets. I’ll be releasing even more dictionary page collections over the coming months. If there’s anything you’d like to see here, please let me know!
For now, I’m sharing free summer dictionary page printables. The summer wall decor I’ve made features ice cream cones, flip flops, watermelon, a nautical scene, and much more. You have a nice selection of classic summer themes, all designed as ready-to-print art for quick, stress-free framing.
About the summer printables
The free summer dictionary page printables are for personal use only. You’re welcome to download and print them as many times as you like for yourself, to give as gifts, and to use in your classroom. Please don’t share the download files. If family, friends, or co-workers are interested in summer wall art, please direct them to this post to download their own files. Thank you!
I’ve created two versions of each summer dictionary printable: one with a border and one without a border. Depending on the kind of frame you select and the look you desire for your summer home decor, you may prefer one version over the other.
The previews of the wall art in this post are solely intended for preview purposes. They are low-resolution and not properly sized for 8×10 printing. Please use the download links to get the high-resolution, 8×10 versions.
Vintage American flag
A worn American flag with the quote “The land of the free and the home of the brave” on a vintage dictionary letter V page.
Five colorful butterflies flying on a vintage dictionary letter P page.
Two bright red cherries on a stem with two green leaves on a vintage dictionary letter J page.
A selection of orange, lemon, and lime slices as well as one whole lemon on a vintage dictionary letter G page.
A refreshing summer drink in a coconut with a flower and a straw and the message “summer vibes” in pink script on a vintage dictionary letter H page.
Three pairs of flip flops – yellow, red and white striped, and turquoise blue and white striped – on a vintage dictionary letter E page.
Six colorful ice cream cones and ice cream/Popsicle treats on a vintage dictionary letter A page.
A nautical scene with a lighthouse and a ship on a vintage dictionary letter B page.
Three pairs of retro sunglasses with pastel frames and/or lenses on a vintage dictionary letter D page.
An assortment of seashells in varying sizes, finishes, and colors on a vintage dictionary letter S page.
A sunflower bouquet in a mason jar vase on a vintage dictionary letter M page.
Three watermelon slices on a vintage dictionary letter K page.
How to print summer dictionary page printables
Printing free printables is a straightforward process. I’m sharing my best tips from personal experience to help you create high-quality prints sized properly for your frames.
The previews I share in this post are low-resolution. They’re fine for sharing on social media but not for printing. Use the download links to access the high-resolution versions. All of the download versions are sized for 8×10 printing. The previews are not, which means they won’t be a great fit for your 8×10 frames. Using the download links guarantees you’ll get high-quality, appropriately-formatted images.
To achieve a professional finish for your new wall art, I recommend using a reputable print service, such as SmugMug or Shutterfly, or printing with Finestra Art paper. I send out the vast majority of my photos and wall art to SmugMug and use Finestra Art paper for occasional at-home prints. If you prefer a thicker paper that produces a darker finish, cardstock also works well. Regular printer paper does get the job done in a pinch but doesn’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 ENVY 5055. You won’t find an inkjet printer with better quality or ease of use at this price point.
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