Lately I’ve been turning a critical eye to the walls in my home. I’m making some changes, but decorative changes can be expensive. If you’re also challenged by the high cost of artwork, you’ll enjoy this post that shares a collection of economical DIY wall art. Some are my own creations, and some are the work of fellow bloggers. Click on the links below to be taken to the tutorials.
One of my favorite projects was creating DIY wall art using decorative paper bags from World Market. This is so easy to do!
Making a color-washed book page wreath was another enjoyable project. You can make your wreath any color to suit the season at hand.
My friend Rachel at Shades of Blue Interiors made this charming hanging heart using branches. She’s so clever and creative!
And another Rachel from Maison de Pax made this amazing display of paper flowers for her daughter’s sweet nursery.
Are you the ambitious type? You might want to tackle giant DIY wall art as seen over at Pillar Box Blue.
A super easy and budget-friendly way to create DIY wall art in your home is to make vintage style hanging posters. The posters themselves can be found for just a few dollars and the supplies are just as cheap! I’ve made several of these.
I love these simple embroidery hoops adorned with pretty fabrics. See how to make this whimsical wall art by Home Stories A to Z.
April at House by Hoff shares how to make a split photo canvas for any wall in your home. It’s easier than you might think!
I’m a huge fan of botanical prints and it was fun making this piece of DIY wall art using a vintage print and book pages.
Allison at The Golden Sycamore shows how to make 3-D pallet wall art. This one is for the fall season, but you can use your own creativity for any season.
Speaking of fall, this paper leaf wreath is my favorite wreath project to date. The tutorial includes a free printable to make the leaves.
I hope you found some DIY wall art projects to inspire you. I’m currently hanging two new pieces of canvas artwork in my family room. I don’t know if I’ll reveal them soon or wait until my fall home tour in September. I’d kind of like to wait, but we’ll see.