Free Printable Friday "You Are Braver" Subway Art

It’s almost 10pm EST and I am just getting to my Free Printable Friday post! I don’t know why but this week was a little crazy for me. Maybe it was the looming thought of all the laundry I had to do or the 3 day weekend with the kids home from school earlier in the week but whatever it is, I just did not have the time to put anything together until just a little while ago.
Anyhow, I took a poll on my Facebook page to see what you guys wanted more tonight, Subway Art or a February Calendar and the majority voted for Subway Art so I got crackin!
You Are Braver Than You Believe Subway Art Quote

I know earlier in the year everyone was sharing their “Word of the Year” and although I didn’t do a post like that I had mulled over some words that could be my “word of the year”. They all seemed to center around building confidence, making myself better, etc. So I found this quote online (not sure of the original author…….some said it’s from Whinnie the Pooh…..so………) and thought this would a great piece of subway art to do.

You Are Braver Than You Believe Subway Art Quote
Design was created to fit in an 8×10 frame
Download PDF HERE
Personal Use Only. Please do not copy, reproduce or sell this design in any way, shape or form.
Have a GREAT weekend!!!

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Comments

  1. says

    I’m still up!! Just saw your post had to come here and download it!! Thanks so much for creating such a beautiful validating subway art!

    Hugs,

    Carmen L

  2. says

    Love this quote and I’ve been looking for some way to incorporate it in the reading nook we are making for our daughter. This is perfect! Thank you so much for creating and sharing!

  3. Pam says

    Just saw this on Pinterest and am printing it for my 11 year old daughter. She’s had a rough week and this is perfect for encouraging her. Thank you very much!

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  1. [...] So, let’s break this down a bit so you can see how it all comes together.  The closet door got 3 fresh coats of chalkboard paint, and now gets it’s fair share of love and attention. :)  I picked up a magnet board from Joann’s Fabric, added a little ribbon and a flower magnet to hang on the wall.  I used a wood curtain rod from Lowe’s and cut it down to size for this small space next to the door. A couple of buckets from Target’s dollar bin easily hold chalk and an eraser. The quote is one of my favorites and is a free printable from The Girl Creative. [...]

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