Ready to make your walls the centre piece of any room? Here are 38 easy and amazing wall decals you can create to make your home a colourful and wonderful place!
1. 3D Geometric Wall Art.
You will only need some cardboard or wooden circles, paint and some glue! Get the full tutorial here.
2. Postcard Wall Art.
You can invest in some postcards or simply collect leaflets from local establishments and events! Just add some double sided sticky tape and you can make a pretty, simple piece of wall art.
3. Wire Wall Art.
If you have long wires, why not turn them into art? With a little help from cleverly placed nails, you can do just that!
4. Slightly Easier Wire Wall Art.
Buy this set here for $8.00 or create one of your own with pins and paper.
5. Fabric Panels.
Using small pieces of fabric, sticky tape and cardboard, you can create an array of colourful panels that will look great anywhere.
7. Heart Art.
The easiest way to create this would probably be to collect colour swatches from your local DIY or paint shop. Then cut out some little hearts and put them in a frame or on a canvas.
8. Washi Tape Frames.
The frame can be as important as the picture when we’re decorating our homes, but that doesn’t mean they have to extravagant! These require the one and only ingredient of washi tape.
9. Starburst Mirror.
Got a boring mirror hanging in your home? Add a little interest by adding some branches or even chopsticks!
10. DIY Paper Wreath.
In this example, each of the leaves is signed, which makes this wreath even more special. Cut out the shapes, have people write on them or add your own inspirational messages and glue them to some paper.
11. Paper Pom Poms.
Get the look using tissue paper and this easy tutorial!
12. Duct Tape Art.
All you need is a canvas and some colourful duct tape and you can create anything you’d like!
13. Toilet Roll Art?
I know what you’re thinking: “who would have toilet roll on their walls?” But look at how pretty these pieces are! Cut tubes into equal parts and stick them together before hanging them up! You can even paint them to add some colour.
14. Page Wall.
The quickest possible way to cover a wall, especially if you need to declutter your bookshelf!
15. Thread Heart.
If you’re feeling brave, hammer some nails into your wall and thread yourself a heart. If not, practice on a canvas – it’ll look just as good!
16. 3D Feather Art.
Make a feather mobile using feathers this tutorial!
17. Arty Updates.
Have you ever seen paintings in the backs of thrift shops or charity shops? Take them home and add a modern twist with a block of your favourite colour!
18. Honeycomb Wall Art.
This may be a bit of a time consuming DIY Project, but if you follow the Vintage Revivals tutorial, you’ll have a beautiful wall in no time.
19. Lipstick Art.
Take some lipstick shade, framed paper, and turn your lipstick into a paint palette!
20. Photo Wall.
Although polaroids would be the perfect fit for this piece, it’s easy to crop photos so they look like the real deal. Pin up some pieces of ribbon or string, and peg your photos to it. Voila!
Or, try abstract photos:
22. Yarn Art.
You have to be brave to pull this piece off but if you want to take a go at it, here’s the tutorial!
23. Sequin Wall.
Fantastic for parties! Get some sequins and a roll of brown paper as a base for the wall and get gluing!
24. Foil Tape Art.
Create a simple, classy wall using just foil tape.
25. Wipe-Away Art.
All you need is a frame, a printer and a white board pen.
26. Coffee Stirrer Art.
All you need are coffee stirrers and paint. Looks like proper art to me!
27. Paper Garland Art.
Here are 5 types of garlands you can make, using scraps of fabric, to brighten up your home!
28. Shoe Box Art.
All you’ll need is a shoebox or wooden crate, your favourite colour paints and some nails! Make sure you don’t overburden these shelves once they’re up though or they may fall down.
29. Moroccan Art.
You’ll need patience and time, but this Moroccan wall art will be worth it! Learn how here.
30. Abstract Art.
Although you can create any piece of art you’d like, here’s how you can recreate this particular piece.
This project may be a bit tricky, but here is how you can create a photo-clock in no time!
32. Letters Over Old Art.
I am definitely going to try this! If you have an old painting or you spot a nice one at a thrift store, print off or cut out your favourite saying and paint over the letters with whatever colour you think will look good!
33. Pixel Art.
For the artistically challenged, try pixel art! Take your favourite image and add a pixelate filter – I currently use Picasa for this sort of stuff – and there you have it! A landscape you can paint.
34. Tiny Mirrors.
Look around in thrift shops and pick up as many tiny mirrors as you can, then hang them up.
35. Hanger Art.
Trouser hangers, clipboards, curtain hangers – why not test out which type you prefer and get to hanging?
36. Art Supply Art.
Why not? This will require some glass or plastic show cases, but once you’ve put them up on your wall you can arrange your art supplies in anyway you wish.
37. Doily Art.
All you need are some doilies and orange thumbtacks.
38. Crayon Glue Gun Art.
Create a textured piece of art using crayons and a hot glue gun, but be safe! Ensure that you are wearing safety gear, including eye protection, and place crayons in the gun and shoot away. For the full how-to, find it here.
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