Let’s make art! In this video I show how to create your own wall art for your room. There are 5 options which I hope you’ll take as inspiration.
00:13 For the first DIY Wall Art Project I took an idea from 70s – years when loving peace was so popular. So let’s take those times to nowadays and create super easy finger-printed flower of peace. You will need a sheet of paper, watercolor and your thumb 🙂 I used most of shades of rainbow – from deep red to deep red if you know what I mean 🙂
02:35 For the second DIY Wall Art – Sparkling letters – I used three square canvases (20×20 cm each). The number of canvases depends on the word you want to create, as you understand 🙂 I used watercolor and gouache paints for this project, but you can use whatever paint you have. Try different fonts and different colors of glitter – it’s up to you.
05:38 Oh dear Beatles! Oh amazing Sir Paul 🙂 I love to listen to their music so much! And for the third DIY Wall Art I was inspired by the Beatles’ song “Blackbird”. For this wall art project you will need a frame (I took wooden square frame 15×15 cm), dry branches (just picked them up in the park), a piece of cardboard to make a bird (blackbird) and paints of two colors – black and white. If you don’t have a glue gun – secure branches with super glue.
07:34 Fourth wall art – Citric mix – very bright and colorful pop-art painting which consists of 9 slices of citric fruits (lemons, grapefruits, limes and oranges). When I look on this drawing I can feel how my immunity getting strong lol. Hope you’ll feel it too 😉
11:09 And the fifth and the last Wall Art is called “But first…” which is commonly used for coffee 🙂 I drink so much coffee that I couldn’t miss this theme for the wall art. Everything is very simple in this project, but here are few tips: a piece of sponge you will draw with has to be almost dry (less water more paint); take a Starbucks paper cup to make this picture reminds you of your favorite coffee shop; frequently change ground coffee in this wall art to keep coffee aroma in your room.
Make art, not war!