“Glorious and Free” Printable Art for Canada Day

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“God keep our land glorious and free.” It’s one of my favourite lines in our country’s national anthem, and I’m so glad that I get to call Canada my home. It’s my glorious, free home and I never want to take that for granted! Canada is glorious because of its natural beauty – we love our home on the gorgeous Alberta prairies, and we also love visiting our Rocky Mountains to the West. Our Canada is also free. We have freedom of expression, of equality, of speech, of religion, and so much more here. I am thankful to live here, and so happy that we’re able to raise our babies here too. In honour of Canada’s 150th birthday this Saturday, I’m sharing some free printable art with you!

This is a simple little printable with the words “Glorious & Free” in a pretty brush script. I’ve dotted the “I” of “Glorious” with a maple leaf from our nation’s flag.

And here’s another sneak peek of Our DIY Camper! I thought this art would be perfect styled here over the banquette. You can see a glimpse of the almost-done camper kitchen. It’s been a lot of work, but I’m loving how everything’s looking so far!

If you’d like to download this “Glorious and Free” art and print it for yourself, click on the graphic below:

This is an 11 x 14″ JPG file that you could print on a tabloid sized paper, or shrink it down to fit a regular letter sized paper and trim it down to an 8 x 10″ piece of art.

Happy Canada Day!


  1. Thank you so much for this Christina! I am going to copy it onto a piece of wood (using the good old reverse transfer method) so it can hang on my deck for our Canada Day Party ??

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