freebie of the month club : alphafantastical insta-decor

Each month, I’m supposed to wait.

But each month I’m all, about to implode with freebie giddiness. The excitement takes over, and I kind of freak out a little, and give these away a little early. I’ll have to hold out longer, next month. {Or else I just may run out. And have to start creating these from scratch. Actually, that sounds fun…}

So, because things were a little rough here in the south last week…

and since mother’s day is coming up…

I thought we could all use a little alphafantastical insta-decor in our lives.

Get yours now, by visiting our freebies page. (alphabet : a – alphabet : z) Just click, print and cut! {I recommend card stock for these puppies.} Then place it in the area of your choice. YAHTZEE!

And..view more of our past freebies, here.

Just a little way we can say thanks + we love you guys. As always, I’d love to see it if you use it…so be sure to let us know!

**If any of you have issues downloading…try this: I think this error has to do with the version of Adobe Reader some of you guys might have. One suggestion would be to have the update your Adobe Reader to the latest version. You can find that here. Let me know if this helps!

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Responses to freebie of the month club : alphafantastical insta-decor

  1. Tiffany says:

    Very cool–thanks! And thanks for your inspiration in general. Just bought paint for our house–told my husband painting was a non-negotiable. :)

  2. Abbie says:

    I absolutely LOVE these!!!!

  3. jami nato says:

    um, in looooooooooove.

  4. Norma says:

    fabulous! Thank you

  5. Aimee says:

    Wonderful! Thanks so much.

  6. Annie B says:

    Oh thank you, thank you, thank you! I’m going to spell out my daughter’s name “Sloane” for her new room in our new house- perfect timing!

  7. These are adorable! Thank you! & I will be sharing over on my styleberry facebook page!

  8. Jennifer says:

    oh cuteness. love!!

  9. Rebecca says:

    Thank you! As soon as my printer ink gets here I’ll print out a set. I love the look of these. :)

  10. Shelly W. says:

    Absolutely adorable! Thank you so much!

  11. Dawn says:

    I have been wanting alphabet cards like this FOREVER and here you are giving them away as a gift! THANK YOU! My eleven year old, soon to be 12, has asked me to print her name in them for her room! And we “oooed and awwwweeeddd” over the owls for “o”! LOVE THEM. THANK YOU!

  12. Dorothy says:

    Absolutely darling. Thank you so much!

  13. Laura says:

    Oh my gosh! I LOVE these! Thank you so much! One day I will have either a kids’ room or a play room with some Ashley prints all up in it. :) Thank you for sharing!!!

  14. Kelly says:

    THANKS HEAPS! These are so lovely and I am printing them as I type and going to hang them in my daughters play room. Keep up the good work!

  15. Megan L says:

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE these!! I think they would be perfect for a playroom or a little girl’s room. Neither of which I have right now but I am RUSHING over to save these for when I do. I think they are a little bit girly for my boy, otherwise they’d be printing RIGHT NOW.

  16. Carlyn says:

    Thank you for your generosity! I have been a secret blog-stocker of your site for some time but just subscribed today… who knew!? I also have meant to send you a photo of the little bunny-guys I made from your tutorial… they turned out way super cute and my 5 kids thought I was the bomb! Thanks, from an avid fan in Southern California :)

  17. stephanie T says:

    WOW, great share :) I love these :)

  18. ummm…..these are awesome…….and you are pretty much AMAZING for making them a freebie!!!! THANKS!

  19. Amy says:

    WOW! Super amazing. Thanks so very much.

  20. Heather says:

    These are pretty much the most gorgeous alphabet cards I have seen. I am printing them on heavy cardstock for my little one. Love. Love. Love. Thanks so much!!

  21. Shannon says:

    Just found your site tonight and I am in love! You are tooo kind to offer these for free! I’ll be printing some for my son’s room. Thank you sooo much!

  22. Thanks so much for sharing this! They’re beautiful! I featured you as one of my five favorite finds for the week on my blog. Check it out and pick up a button if you’d like!

  23. Tracy Fung says:

    Just found your site today and it’s great! Am I too late to download this freebie? I clicked on the link, but I can’t find the “alphabet : a – alphabet : z” download. Please let me know because I would love a copy for my daughter’s nursery :) Thanks!

  24. Tracy Fung says:

    Nevermind, I clicked again and got a different page and found all of them :) Sorry! Great site :)

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  26. S says:

    Thanks! Super cute. I’m going to spell out my kids’ names on their door. Will this link expire?

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  30. Alison says:

    Alright, I am simply blown away by this freebie! So cute! I just linked to your site and featured this post on my blog. Here is the link:

    Thanks for inspiring!

  31. Amy says:

    Sent you some link love today. Thank you for the adorable freebie! I foresee it being hung in my future nursery… :)

  32. Lindsay says:

    Yeah!!! Thank you!! Adorable…

  33. mandy snow says:

    hi there…adore your blog…since checking out blogs like yours, and its a slight fave i may add…lol…i am so into trying to make my house gorgeous for my family…on the cheap…and seriously, i think i can do it because i was spending many an hour, sometimes days doing scrapbook pages, and they were lovely, so i thought why not take these skills and apply them to my house…wella…now i am into decor sites and diy things i love…this freebie is amazing…i just had the urge to paint a wall in chalkboard paint, and these will look amazing across the top…thankyou so much…xxx

  34. Shannon says:

    This is so dang cute! I don’t even have kids and I’ll be downloading them! Thank you for sharing

  35. Saw a link on Auntie Lola’s and blogged it. I love these. The art work is so classic. Thank you.

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  37. These are totally wonderful. To bad I’m Swedish… Will be linking! Cheers!

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  41. Cherish says:

    So fabulous! Thanks ever so much.

  42. lindsay says:

    I am totally obsessed with these! just printed them all out and they are so rad. putting them up in my daughters room today. thanks so much for sharing your fabulous talents with those of us who only wish we were so creative. you rock!!!

  43. Rachel says:

    Where did you get your gorgeous benches? Love it!

    • hey girl! this is a friend of mine’s playroom that I helped her redo. She totally reupholstered them herself-they were the basic leather ones you get at any store-and it was her idea to do the red buttons. Didn’t she do a great job?

  44. Can’t thank you enough for sharing these gorgeous prints. I’ve made a set for my little girls room and they look adorable. You are so talented.

    Have included pic in my blog
    thank you xx

  45. Thank you so much for these adorable prints! My kiddos are just past this stage (sigh), but I’m going to print out a bunch and use them as gifts and/or gift tags for every new baby and toddler in the vicinity. I’m also linking over to your great site today.

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  47. jessica says:

    I LOVE them! THANK YOU so much for taking the time to do this! Just printed them to hang in our playroom…however the A,K, & S are printing with big black squares in the middle. Anyone else having a similiar problem?

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  49. Tiffany says:

    Thank you! I love these!!

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  52. Natassia says:

    I love these! thank you so much! I am featuring them on my site. You are awesome!

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  54. I just love these and the way your displayed them, so cute!!

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  56. I just found these through Pinterest! They are wonderful and I love your blog! I can’t wait to print these and try hanging them in our nursery! Such a wonderful handmade craft to share! Thank you!

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  59. Chiknana says:

    I used all of them; very very wonderfull!
    you can see it on my blog today:! Thanks a lot!!!!!!!!!

  60. I can’t believe you’re giving these away! They are so beautiful! Thank you!

  61. Tara M says:

    I adore these!! Just printed them out for my nursery and they are so darling. Thank you so much for being so generous and sharing them with us!

  62. Laura D says:


  63. stephanie yu says:

    I absolutely love your alphabetformagnet art freebie and was going to enlarge, print out and frame to put up in my baby’s nursery however I noticed the S is at the end rather than after the T?

    • Hi stephanie! yes, in the original post, if you look at it, it was for magnets. not to be printed on a sheet as a whole. it was the only way I could fit the S on the sheet with the rest of the alphabet at the time! If you cut each one out individually it will work.

  64. Brianna says:

    Hi Ashley! Thank you for such an adorable freebie! I can’t wait to print these out for our children’s playroom. Quick question…what size are these? What size cardstock do I need to use when printing these out? Thanks again!

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  67. Kate says:

    LOVE these!!!! I was soooo excited when I found them. I used them to create an alphabet chandelier for our play room and it turned out great!

    thanks so much!!

  68. Miranda says:

    Im in love….

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  70. harrysdesk says:

    These are just adorable. And sooooo simple because you have done everything for us!
    I have included them in a list of great tutorials to make for loittle boys and girls for Christmas.
    If you would like to have a look you can see it here…
    Thanks for taking the time to put this together for us.
    Ally on harrysdesk

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  74. Meg Karetny says:

    I LOVE these! Thank you so much! :) Happy New Year!

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  76. Staci says:

    Thank you so much for the printable and great ideas! They are hanging in my baby’s room and look amazing! You have a beautiful home and have given me so much inspiration to tackle some much needed projects and decorating around my home. Thank you for being so willing to share your talents.

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  78. Stacia says:

    Hello, I am not able to see your website. I am not sure if it is just down for a day or has been moved to a new location. I love this alphabet! I would love to use it for my sisters baby shower!

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  81. Katie says:

    I absolutely love these and have been using them for my son as well as gifts for friends. Is it possible for you to post as jpeg instead of a PDF?


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  83. Tiffanie says:

    Is there a way to send these to Kinkos to get printed?

  84. Fotini Roman says:

    I love these :) I am going to add these to the kids playroom! Adorable, thanks :)

  85. Frills & Fun says:

    LOVE these!!
    i’ve included them on my blog this evening…

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  91. Sally says:

    I haven’t read through all the comments so I apologize if you’ve already answered my question….first off…these are adorable, so thanks! What type of paper do you recommend using for the alphabet cards…and what size?
    Thanks so much!

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  94. Mary says:

    I adore these, and will be printing for my daughters playroom this weekend!!! I have the same question as Sally (above – comment 93) what size card stock did you use?
    Thanks so much :)

    • Hey Mary! Sorry there isn’t really a specific answer to this-I just go for a medium grade standard card stock on an 8.5 x 11-I have a PLETHORA of paper at my house-I’m a paper collector since college-so anything should work-as long as it’s cardstock and your printer can handle it! OR, send it to your local quick print, and ask them for card stock. I hope that helps!

  95. amy says:

    Hello anyone got g, t and x? could someone please send these 3 letters to me?
    Thank you very much.

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  98. Tiffany says:

    I love these and so does my little one! These were too cute not to feature on my ABC round up! Thanks!!!

  99. Alisha says:

    I printed a couple of these cute letters, and they turned out w/ a lavender background and bright pink accents (???) Very pretty, but they don’t go w/ my daughter’s color scheme in her room…anyone else have this issue? We even changed our color cartridges in the printer, so I don’t know why they didn’t come out like they should. Thanks!

  100. Mel says:

    Any suggestions on how I can play with the size so I can have these awesome designs printed at a photo shop? I want to save on ink and avoid using my home printer. When I upload to photo printing websites, the design is too large for 4 x6 and my only option is to crop, not reduce image size.

  101. I enjoy your blog. Thank you for taking the time to help all of us :)

  102. Amy Simpson says:

    Thank you so much for these!!! I just painted and decorated my toddler’s room and these were perfect!

  103. These are just so lovely! Thank you so much for sharing them freely with people. I am doing a large round-up post of learning letters and would love to include a link to this post if that’s ok by you. If not, could you please email me to let me know. Kind regards, debs :)

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  105. Holly says:

    Thank you so much for these. They came along at just the right time for us.

  106. Kristin says:

    I am desperately trying to download this freebie, but not sure how to? Pls help?

  107. Jami Causey says:

    Hi! I love these as well as your numbers….I am so sorry if this is crazy but I absolutely can not figure out how to print any of these?? Help please!

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  109. Faye says:

    Featured this lovely set on my blog tonight. Absolutely love it!

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  115. just a quick question. first off, this is adorable and i love it! secondly, mine is printing bigger than yours (as far as i can tell). any idea on how to make it print smaller? mine is almost half a page big.

  116. Rachel says:

    Hi, I love your cards! I was wondering if I can print them in any size (I need 2.5 x 3.5)?


  117. Karen Moss says:

    I am a teacher in Hudson, Florida. I came upon your website. I really like the soft colors you have used to design your alphafantasical. I would love to copy it and present it to my PK students as an alternative to many other alphabet pictures.



  118. Marie says:

    I love your site and downloaded these alphabet cards along with the number cards to stick in my daughters christmas stocking this year. She is having a hard time remember her lower case letters and I though if we put them in her room above her desk it will help her. Thanks for your freebies! Merry Christmas.

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  122. Jenna says:

    So adorable & unique!

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  126. Karlsten says:

    Thank you so much for the freebies…please continue helping us,,,

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  129. Brittany says:

    I love these! Are they still available for download? I don’t see them on the freebies page! Thanks!!

  130. Kaylee says:

    Hi Ashley,

    Just wondering what you used to hang your string/twine on the ends? Nails with knots around them? Also, do you know what length your string lines are?

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  134. Kelly Cone says:

    These vintage alphabet cards are so adorable! I’ve been wanting to print them out for months, and I finally did! Of course I made sure to link your original post to my page. If you’d like to see, here’s the link!

    Thanks a ton!!!

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  137. Stacey says:

    These are awesome! I think I have a new obsession with printing alphabet cards ; ). I can’t wait to add these to my growing collection! Thanks so much!!

  138. Brittany says:

    These are amazing! Printing for my son’s nursery. Can you tell me which font you used? Thanks! :)

  139. Bethany B. says:

    These will look amazing in our family room!! Thank you so much!!!!

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  141. Erin McDonald says:

    Just wondering, I am a missionay in the Philippines and am a part of a moms group. We have three lovely ladies who we are throwing a baby shower for and I would love to use these for a banner. Can I down load them for free still? Please let me know via e-mail if possible. Thanks! Erin

  142. ashlu says:

    ummm…..these are awesome…….and you are pretty much AMAZING for making them a freebie!!!! THANKS

  143. Jeanine says:

    All those pins and not one thank you? I’m sure they’ve said it in different ways like pinning sharing and probably have tons of fun decorating with them. A great big thank you. These are unique very different alphabet prints than we have ever printed. They’re gorgeous and your time and efforts are appreciated. ;D

  144. Kimberly says:

    Thank you so much for sharing these! Just found them on pinterest today and I’m going to use them in my child’s bedroom!

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  146. mary says:

    I have been wanting alphabet cards like this FOREVER and here you are giving them away as a gift! THANK YOU! My eleven year old, soon to be 12, has asked me to print her name in them for her room! And we “oooed and awwwweeeddd” over the owls for “o”! LOVE THEM. THANKS

  147. maryna says:

    Very cool–thanks! And thanks for your inspiration in general. Just bought paint for our house.

  148. Sheena says:

    Grabbing these for my boys’ room. Thanks so much!

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