DIY beautiful decoupage wall art is super easy to make and your walls will look beautiful. This colorful wall art is made with printables and modpodge.
Wall art is fun to create. I had these thrift store frames which inspired me to make the art. This month I am sharing DIY wall art with the Thrifty Style Team hosted by the talented Julie from Redhead Can Decorate. Every month we share something that is affordable to make or decorate. This month challenge topic is thrift store find. I love decoupage and enjoyed making this project.
Here is another post that that can teach you how to make fabric wall art.
What is Decoupage Wall Art
If you ever wondered what is decoupage wall art. It’s a great way to create your own art work without painting something.
To decoupage an object on paper that is going to be used for wall art. First, prepare the paper. I used foam board for the base of the wall art. Make sure the object is dry and clean. Next, choose a picture or image. Make sure it, copyright-free. I used printables from this source. You can decoupage almost anything like napkins, wallpaper, old vintage pages from a book, the sky is endless.
Why You Will Love Decoupage Wall Art
- It is easy to make.
- They make your walls look beautiful.
- It’s a fun way to pass the time.
- You don’t have to be an artist to create wall art.
- I think the wall art would make a great gift idea.
Supplies To Make Decoupage Wall Art
- Foam Boards: I used 10 inch by 15 inch boards.
- Modpodge: It’s the best glue for decoupage.
- Printables: You can use any floral printable. To get free printables, subscribe to Simple Nature Decor or if you are already subscriber you can enter password and get the printables.
- Picture Frames : I found these at the thrift store 3 for $15, not bad, but I found 5 for $24 At Amazon and I think that’s a better deal.
How To Make Decoupage Wall Art
- Print out the flowers, leaves and stems.
- Cut the flowers, leaves and stems.
3. I measured the picture frame onto the foam board and cut it out the exact measurements. They I layed out the cut out flowers parts where I wanted them. Sort of a bouquet design.
4. Glue each part of the flowers with Modpodge onto the foam board.
5. I have three foam board to fill with flower parts and each design is unique. There is no right or wrong way to decoupage wall art. Just create whatever you want. I love how vibrant all the flower parts look on the foam board.
6. Now I am ready to inset them into the frames.
My guest bathroom was in dire need of colorful art. The decoupage wall art I created gave new life to the bathroom.
Where To Get Printables
For this project you can use any colorful printable and cut out the shapes of leaves, flowers and stems. Here are printable options to decoupage wall art. Flower 1, Flowers 2 , Stems, Leaves. (please subscribe to get free printables)
Now that you have seen what I did with these thrift store picture frames, check out 10 thrifty store makeovers by the Thrifty Style Team.