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Transitioning into Fall: DIY Watercolor Rose Wall Poster

How to make a beautiful DIY watercolor rose wall poster to transition your home slowly into Fall.

Hi there & Happy Monday! Last Monday of August, whyyyyy???? Where did the summer go? Honestly, I’m super happy to be going into Fall and in the back-to-school season, it’s my absolute favourite and I just love love love this time of year. But. It’s also back to school for me, kindergarten teacher, so while I’m looking forward to a new class, new year and new start, I will miss the freedom that these two months of summer bring to me. Let me tell you, I get to that state of not knowing what day of the week it is and it is pure bliss! But it’s also good to go back to a routine for this family.

So this project all started with Zara Home! One of my favourite stores here, but a bit pricey oftentimes.  The other day though, while going to the mall with friends, we stumbled upon this wooden magnetic poster hanger that was on sale for a whooping €3.99!! I couldn’t pass on that one. And while originally thinking of my teenage daughter’s bedroom walls [she was looking for a frame for her poster], I ended up with the hanger, because it didn’t fit her poster or where she wanted it to go.

I also didn’t have a poster to go with it, but hey! I made one real quick! And you can too, in just minutes! Keep reading!

How To Make DIY Watercolor Rose Wall Poster

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What you’ll need:

magnetic wooden poster hanger 

your favourite gift wrap or kraft paper as backing [mine is from Ikea, but it is discontinued now]

glue stick


these free rose printables


DIY Watercolor Rose Wall Poster northernfeeling.com



Cut your gift wrap or kraft paper, depending on the size of your poster hangers. Most gift wraps have dots on the back for easy measuring.

Print your watercolor rose & leaf printables [ link above] and cut out. I’ve printed mine on A4 normal paper, full size.

Arrange on your poster and then glue on.

Clip poster into your magnet hanger and you’re done!


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I love the soft blush of these roses to slowly transition my decor into Fall. This year I’m all about blush, mustard and earth tones for Autumn, paired with dark greens, burgundy reds & orange! It’s all about cozy and warm!



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Pin it for later!


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I am so happy with how cozy it makes the room look! It’s still hot out here where we live, but hey, I’m ready for Fall! So let me know if you are ready too and will make a poster for your wall?? I’d love to hear!

Not too long ago, I actually made my own dowel picture frames, similar to these, you can see them HERE.

Thank you so much for stopping by today, I hope you have a great last week of August!







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  • Reply
    Michelle Leslie
    26/08/2019 at 11:44 am

    So pretty Katrin and super easy to change out depending on the seasons or your mood. Enjoy your last few days of Summer my friend. I personally can’t wait for Spring to arrive here in South Africa. The days are definitely getting warmer and I’m loving the fact that I can see the sun come up when I drive to work in the morning.

    • Reply
      01/09/2019 at 5:55 pm

      Yes it is, so easy to change out! I can imagine you looking forward to the warmer temps!

  • Reply
    27/08/2019 at 2:54 pm

    Beautiful artwork Katrin. I love your choice of colors for the fall. It is time to get away from all those traditional colors and use something fresh and different and you have done just that.

    • Reply
      01/09/2019 at 5:56 pm

      Thanks Mary, I’m so ready for FAll!

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