It’s that time of year again! Guests are popping over on a regular basis. Pinterest is booming with decorating projects. The works. It can be stressful having to have your house in tip top shape for company, especially considering everything else we have going on in our lives, but I’m here to help. If you don’t have time to go to the store, but still want to spruce up your space, here are ten free wall art printables you can download and hang in no time at all!
My love for Instagram runs deep, but one thing I really miss is having physical copies of my photos. After scrolling through the snaps from my recent California road trip, I decided enough was enough and just printed a few off. And what better way to display them than by turning them into wall art?! This project is amazingly easy (and possibly my favorite to date) and can be done for under thirty buck. $30! Here’s how you do it:
I used Snapfish to print my photos. If you plan on hanging your blocks with nails, you will want to hammer in your hook before starting this project. I recommend that you use removable velcro hangers instead though. They won’t hurt your walls and your art will hang flat.
Paint the edges of your wooden blocks. Don’t worry if you get paint on the flat sides since one side will face the wall and the photo will cover up the other. Once the paint is dry, apply a thin layer of decoupage to the block and then place your photo. When your photo is in the desired position, let it dry flat.
Hang on your wall in a grid, shape, or any way you like! Easy peasy, don’t you think?
Valentine’s Day may be long over, but my love for all things heart shaped is still going strong. After rounding up these diy wall art projects a while back, I decided that I’m well overdue for making some of my own. Even if you’re not a fine artist, as long as you have thirty minutes, you’ll still be able to make this wall art!
If you don’t have a heart stencil at home you can easily make one by folding a piece of paper in half and cutting out half of a heart, just as you did when you were making Valentine’s as a kid. Lightly trace the shape on your canvas with a pencil.
To make sure your outside lines are smooth, I recommend lining your shape with a smaller brush before filling in with paint.
After hanging my gallery wall, I realized that you can never have too much art. Even if every square inch of your walls are covered, it’s still nice to be able to swap out pieces to refresh a room every now and then. Also, if your walls are entirely covered, please send pictures, because I bet it looks amazing.
If you’re on a budget, or are just looking for ways to incorporate your own flair into your existing collecting, here are ten awesome ways to make wall art: