Autumn Chalkboard Free Printable and Template

One of my favorite things as a blogger has been the chance to collaborate with one of my favorite people, Kristen from Ella Claire.

Together we have brought you chalkboard printables for Valentine’s Day and another for Spring. We kinda just skipped over summer so we here we are with a beautiful autumn chalkboard. This has to be my favorite of any chalkboard printables I’ve created.

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Kristen creates the most beautiful chalkboard drawings, and in this little series, she has a template for this same chalkboard so you can make your own as well. Kristen also has lots of chalkboard tips like a Simplified Tutorial for Drawing on Your Chalkboard and Chalkboard Maintenance so be sure o check out those posts, and visit her post today to see her gorgeous hand-drawn version of my design. Oh how I wish I had her talent!
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Visit Ella Claire and check out the free template here

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Kristin Maxwell is the creator and main recipe developer, writer, and photographer of Yellow Bliss Road. A self-taught cook and self-appointed foodie, she specializes in easy, flavorful and approachable recipes for any home cook.

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  1. I absolutely fell in LOVE with all things chalkboard lately! I just finished the first coat of a homemade one today! However, I love the concept of the printable ones as well! I am working on one for my maternity portraits and I read on other posts that all you need to do is print them out on regular printer paper. I know this is going to sound like a stupid question, but how would you frame the printed art after? With the glass of a regular frame wouldn’t that make it too ‘glossy’ and not really chalkboard-ish? Any suggestions?

    1. If you print on a heavier stock paper, go ahead and take the glass out of the frame. Just make sure to tape it and add another layer of backing.