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DIY Wall Decorations

DIY wall decoration ideas for accent walls and whole rooms.
  • Southern Gal

    Poster paper cut in circles, spraypainted, layered into a fishscale pattern on fiberboard, trimmed out, and hung in a dining room. Great (and cheap) graphic statement! This would be such a cool idea to do in the kiddos bathroom as fish scales!

  • Kate Ferguson

    Cut circles out of poster board, spray paint, and glue onto a canvas. Other cool wall decor ideas as well.

  • Ingrid Keith

    Amazing tall wall decor idea. DIY from Two Thirty-Five Designs: Fish Scale Wall Art Poster paper cut in circles, spraypainted, layered into a fishscale pattern on fiberboard, trimmed out, and hung!

  • Connie Mecca-Ryan

    DIY wall art: Poster paper cut in circles, spray painted (or use metallic paper), layered into a fish scale pattern on fiberboard, trimmed and framed. Inexpensive, graphic statement piece!

  • Mari Bug

    Cut circles out of poster board, spray paint--lots of DIY art ideas

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fish scale wall - Clever! Poster paper cut in circles, spraypainted, layered into a fishscale pattern on fiberboard, trimmed out, and hung in a dining room. Great (and cheap) graphic statement!

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I am thinking I will ask each parent to donate the letter that starts their child's name. The child and I can then modpodge with scrap paper. I will then create a display with all of the letters to signify all of the kids in my Kinder classes. Might take up a pile of wall space by the end of my remaining teaching years, but I like the idea...

3D cut paper art made from a book Sarah Morpeth has made herself. Found on a British (I believe) site called Domesticali. Interesting discussion by artists about the deconstructing of books to create visual art, passionate pros and cons.