Last year I did a series called Easy DIY Wall Art Ideas. It was really fun and I shared some super easy DIY art that anyone – yes, anyone – can make.
I’m sharing the post again today in case you missed it and are in need of some new art for your walls. Believe me, you don’t have to be an artist – or even creative – to do these.
You can click on the links below to see each project post or you can click here to print out each project as a tutorial page and you can even print all 16 pages (including a cover page) and make your own little booklet!
My goal with these tutorials – and my blog in general – is to empower others to create a beautiful and meaningful environment. I know “things” are not what’s important in life but I also believe that trying something new, continuing to learn, and developing our creativity are all important factors that help make us happy and fulfilled. And surrounding ourselves with things that make us happy and are meaningful is always good.
I think you’ll have a lot of fun trying these projects – and you may even surprise yourself with what you can do. As you’ll see, I use a lot of the same supplies and I try to keep costs low. This way we can keep creating. Hopefully I’ve explained all the steps clearly. You can always email me or leave a comment below if you have any questions or suggestions. I would also LOVE to see any of your creations – send them along too. Enjoy!
Click on the links below to see the original post:
ONE: Painted Cork Board
TWO: Watercolor Stripes
THREE: Ribbon Board
FOUR: Watercolor Type
FIVE: Meaningful Quotes
SIX: Paint Chip Circles
SEVEN: Vintage-style Map
EIGHT: Cut Paper Initial
NINE: Herringbone Art
TEN: Ombre Torn Paper
ELEVEN: 3D Initial Art
TWELVE: Team Logo Art
THIRTEEN: Inspirational Wood Sign
FOURTEEN: Cut Paper Type Art
FIFTEEN: Faux Floral Initial
And click here to print the tutorial pages for each DIY project. You can printout single project pages or print them all and make your own booklet!
Tip: You can take your printouts to a Staples store, or any copy center, and have them spiral bind it to finish off your booklet.
I'd love to hear your comments!