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The Missouri Botanical Library provides historic botanical literature to the public. Some of the archived material contains beautiful illustrations. I’ve downloaded these illustrations, color corrected them with photo editting software, and picked out images that I think complement each other. I provided a post earlier in the week titled “What do I do with all of these Botanical Printables???”. This post has a link to all the other Botanical printables I have provided on my blog and very detailed instructions on how to print these files and resources for inexpensive frames.. Click the link below to open this post.
What do I do with all of these Botanical Printables???
The printables available in this post are formatted to be printed for an 18″ x 24″ frame or a 16″ x 20″ frame. Both sizes are formatted in powerpoint to be printed as an 18″ x 24″ poster, this means when you send these files to your local printer request that they be printed as an 18″ x 24″ poster. The 16″ x 20″ option will just have white space around the outside, where the 18″ x 24″ option will take up the whole poster.
To use these files, click on the Powerpoint files which are available below. Save them to your personal computer, and you can upload these files to be printed at copy centers. One important note, the images have been blown up to fit these large size frames. I have printed one image as an 18″ x 24″ poster from Vistaprint to check the quality (photo below) I’m happy with the quality of it, you can decide for yourself.
JPEG images of botanical prints
18″ x 24″ Powerpoint Files
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16″ x 20″ Powerpoint Files
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Thanks for looking! I hope I’ve been able to help someone get some inexpensive art and add color to your home.