If you read my blog often, you know I'm not going to leave you out in the dark. I'm going to show you exactly how to make your own DIY wall art as well. Totally sharing the love with you all! Shall we have some fun? I'm ready, how about you?
After adding the pumpkins, I painstakingly cut out leaves from my leaf piece of scrapbook paper and applied them to the paper to cover up the odd pumpkin cuts and cover the canvas as well as to look pretty.
I wanted to add more. I really wanted this piece to be more Thanksgiving inspired, so I used my Cricut to cut out the word ‘Thankful' from the burlap paper. The final touch was to add the ‘Fall' and ‘Harvest words and swirls cut from another piece of scrapbook paper.
It was all about layering, adding more texture and visual interest as well as showing off the season.
This DIY wall art took me between 30 and 60 minutes to complete. For under $10 I have a new piece of art for our kitchen. I love that!
Am I the only one willing to admit that I'd like to decorate my house for every season? Or are there more of you who want to do the same thing? If so, what are your tricks and tips for doing it for low, low cost?
Happy DIY wall art making to you!