Use this free printable cow art to bring a touch of chic country charm to your home. There are five different cow prints – each in color and black and white – that you can choose from. The best part? They are all free for you to use – personal use only though!
We call my uncle the cow whisperer.
He can walk into a barn lot, and even without a bucket of feed, after a minute or two, he can often walk right up to a cow without it running away.
He’s been practicing his whole life, so this should be no surprise.
The rest of us though, well we have to tiptoe in and hide behind fence posts to keep them from running off – unless we have a few buckets of feed. In that case, they’ll come up pretty quickly.
Needless to say, it took a good hour, quite a few awkward positions, stepping in cow shit a time or two, and a good zoom lens to get good photos of some of the cows to use as wall art.
The buckets of feed didn’t last as long as I needed them to.
But I succeeded.
They did spot me, but when they did, I went still and quiet as I’d learned from the cow whisperer himself.
The key, I believe, is to talk softly and make no sudden moves. It’s almost like your romancing a damn cow.
Be warned though, there are no perfumed candles to set the mood.
I managed to get five pretty good shots of the cows. I’ve turned them into printable wall art that I’ll be using myself and also sharing with you if you’d like. You can print off each image in either color or black and white and decorate with them however you wish – just remember they are for personal use only, no reselling.
How to Get the Free Cow Prints
You can get all five of the cow art prints in both color and black and white by subscribing to the Rain on a Tin Roof email subscription (it’s free and no more than 2-3 emails a week, usually just when I publish new posts). Just sign up below to get access to download the cow printables. Once you’ve subscribed and confirmed your subscription, you’ll be able to download the art. When you sign up, you’ll also be able to access and download all my other free printables in my printable library.
If you’re already a Rain on a Tin Roof subscriber, you can find a link to download the printable cow art in my Printable Library. You can look at the bottom of the last email you received from me for the password. Additionally, you should also be able to put your email address in the box above and it should automatically take you to the download page. It won’t sign you up twice for my emails though.
Tips for Printing the Cow Wall Art
Again, these are for personal use only. Print as many as you wish to for yourself, but don’t print and resell.
- Print on card stock or photo paper. Some photo paper has a more glossy sheen though, so keep that in mind as to whether you want that look or not.
- If you’ve got a good color printer at home, then of course you can print them at home. I don’t, so I typically print out my things like this at Staples or another printing center like that.
- If you’re going the photo paper printing route, then I typically use Mpix for printing. Their color quality is really good. You can also opt for a matte finish there as well.
- Each image is centered with white space around it on an 8.5″ x 11″ size sheet of paper. I do this so that you can print on card stock or 8″ x 10″ photo paper and it still work without cropping the image too much. If you do print on 8″ x 10″ photo paper or another smaller size of photo paper, just be sure to look and see how the image is being cropped and adjust as needed before printing.
I hope you enjoy this printable cow art – here’s to romancing the cows! 😉
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Pam S says
So you’re the one with the glamour job!! LOL You got some good shots there. I think cows are cool 🙂
Ha! I wish!
Wow! Amazing! A country girl loves this! Thank you!
Susan the Farm Quilter says
Your cow pictures are amazing! What’s wrong with a bit of cow manure, Missy??? Are you ruining those perfect patties so you can’t use them later in the “flying pies” contest you are gonna have with Circus and her friends? Nothing like using those cow patties like a Frisbee in the pasture!! You have your Corn-Hole games, now you can add Pasture Frisbee!!
hahahaha!! You’re a hoot, Susan!!
Chas Greener says
This is so great, thank you so much. My aunt loves cows and I can’t wait to share it with her. Thanks for sharing on To Grandma’s House We Go!
You’re welcome! Enjoy!
Kandi Rothermel says
yes I agree
Yes I agree.