Top 6 Typography Prints

Hello fabulous friends! I love Sunday mornings. My routine is just so much more relaxing than any other day of the week. I like to start out with a cup of coffee and salted caramel biscotti and sit by the fire while I read the day’s headlines and check my Instagram feed. It’s the little things right?

Lately, I’ve been noticing a trend on Etsy and Instagram that many bloggers and artsy types are “currently coveting”- typography prints. These are the cute quotes, graphics, and icons you see on famous bloggers and Instagrammers desks and other styled spaces. I have several different prints on my walls and am looking to get a smaller one for my little desk.

I’d love to learn how to create my own typography prints but I think most people use Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator for their creations. Eventually, I’d really like to start an online boutique where I can create the things I’d most love to see on the market. Until I can do that, I’ll stick to admiring other people’s work. As a matter of fact, I was going through Etsy pages and saw six different prints I loved! I can’t buy all of them but I’d like your opinion on the best one. Comment below!


  1. The Trendy Sparrow
  2. Floral Sarahs
  3. Pretty Chic SF
  4. Le Papier Studio
  5. Seventeen Fields
  6. KB Embroidery 


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0 Responses to Top 6 Typography Prints

  1. I love the gold in #4 and watercolor in #5, but they are all beautiful! Pick your favorite!

  2. Number 4! Its so chic xx

  3. Love them all but I’d have to go with 4 as well!

  4. Pink and gold, 4 is perfect!

  5. LOVE THIS! I think four is my favorite. I love challenging people’s preconceived notions.

  6. deansdiva says:

    Number 1 and Number 4 are totally me!!!!

  7. I love these types of prints. I think 2 is my favourite! x

  8. I really like 4 and 5 the most. You don’t need fancy software to create your own. There are plenty of apps you can download that would make it super easy. You could even create a note on your phone with whatever typography you’d like (chosen words, font and layout). Take a screen shot of your note and use it just as you would a pic to lay effects over your typography. I hope that makes sense ­čÖé

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