Over 25 free spring printables for your home! Plus, upgrade your stationery with these free printable envelope liners!

As spring rolls around, and the earth begins to wake up, I am reminded of how much I love to be outside. During the summer months, you rarely find me in the house. I spend so much time with the goats, in the garden, or out riding, that being in the house becomes a chore. 

The first sign of spring here on the ranch is when the calves begin to drop and the bulbs begin to peek their head out of the ground. Flowering bulbs are some of the most beautiful in my opinion; I absolutely love hydrangea, ranunculus, and dahlias. Greg’s grandma spent years placing bulbs all over our property, so it’s a beautiful sight when all of the daffodils bloom. I spent some time last year planting peonies, ranunculus, poppies, and lilies – I hope that they bloom this year! 

I am excited to be teaming up with over 25 of my favorite blogging friends to bring you 25+ free spring printable ideas for your home. Ranging from watercolor downloads to notecards, each of us has shared a free printable on our site today. I have linked them below so you can visit everyone in the group. I think you will love every single one of them, it was such fun to be a part of this! 

My contribution to the spring printable roundup is a simple spring envelope liner – it’s one of my favorite ways to upgrade ordinary paper. I have a real love of handwritten letters, when I sold pillows in my etsy shop, I made sure to include a handwritten note in every single order that went out. I always thought I would be able to stand by that, but I am no longer able to keep up with that tradition. Still, I love the feeling of paper in my hands; high quality stationery is a true luxury. 

Adding personalized envelope liners to letters is a beautiful way to add a little ‘something extra’ to your notes. It’s also one of the easiest and most inexpensive ways to create your own luxurious stationary. If you don’t have the budget to splurge on heavyweight paper, you can print your own images onto card stock and turn plain envelopes into personalized stationery. 

We did this for our wedding, and even though it took me a few hours to glue every liner in place, it made our invites that much more special without having to spend very much money (my aunt painted the flowers for us, which we used throughout the entire wedding). 

I downloaded a few images from The Graphics Fairy and created three different options for you to use in your own paper products. They are the perfect spring adornment to any letters you find yourself sending out this season. I hope you enjoy these free printable envelopes, and when you’re finished here, I invite you to visit my other friends to see what they’ve got in store for the Spring Printable Tour!  

DIY Printable Floral Envelope Liners

Over 25 free spring printables for your home! Plus, upgrade your stationery with these free printable envelope liners!
Course: Easy DIY
Yield: 4
Author: Chloe | Boxwood Ave.


  • Scissors
  • Printer
  • Score Board


  • Card Stock
  • Plain Envelopes
  • Glue Stick
  • Pencil


  • Print the free files onto card stock. Click here for: lily | daffodil | collage 
  • Once printed, trace the outline of your envelope on the backside of the printed card stock. 
  • Mark new lines 1/4" in from the original lines. This is easiest to describe in picture form, see below (click to enlarge). 
  • Cut the shape out, and place the liner inside of the envelope to double check that the sizing is correct. Trim off any necessary pieces. 
  • Add a bit of glue to the backside of the liner, and secure it into place on the inside of the envelope. 
  • Use a scoreboard to score a line down the fold of the top of the envelope. Enjoy! 


25+ Free Spring Printables

~ for the home ~


{1} French May Day Flower Cones by Ella Claire | {2} Floral Envelope Liners by Boxwood Avenue | {3} Spring Bunny Cards by Julie Blanner | {4} Spring Flowers in Watering Can by Live Laugh Rowe | {5} Bird and Branch by Craftberry Bush



{6} Spring Napkin Rings by Zevy Joy | {7} There are Always Flowers by Clean and Scentsible | {8} Nest Watercolor by Finding Silver Pennies | {9} Watercolor Vegetables by My Someday in May | {10} Spring Farmer’s Market by Nest of Posies



{11} Set of 6 Herb Printables by Cherished Bliss | {12} Must Have Flowers by A Burst of Beautiful | {13} Spring Notecards by My Fabuless Life | {14} Spring Bunnies by Kelly Elko | {15} Spring is Sure to Follow by The Happy Housie



{16} Spring Fern by Making Home Base | {17} Spring Definition by Design Dining and Diapers | {18} Welcome Spring by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia | {19} Dive Into Spring Straw Toppers by My Sweet Savannah | {20} Hope Springs Eternal by Maison de Pax



{21} Vintage Rose Fortune Cookie by Paint Me Pink | {22} Spring is Sure to Follow by Nina Hendrick Design Co. | {23}The Rose Song Lyrics Chalkboard by TIDBITS | {24} Perhaps Today by Unskinny Boppy | {25} Watercolor Tulips by Refresh Restyle



{26} Spring Flowers Silver Platters by So Much Better with Age | {27} I Must Have Flowers by Shades of Blue Interiors | {28} Set of Spring Floral Printables by Just Destiny


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  1. This is so adorable. I love hand written letters and this adds an extra something special inside. So beautiful. xx

  2. Hi there

    Love the envelope liners. I always do this for my handmade cards.

    Just thought I’d let you know you have a typo. We are talking about stationEry (as in envelope) not stationAry (as in parked car).