Confession. I don’t always “get” art. Like the fancy-in-a-museum-selling-for-thousands-of-dollars art. Most of the time I’m looking at it and thinking “My 5 year old nephew could have done this.”
That’s just one of the reasons why I love the idea of diy art. Because then it’s personal, one-of-a-kind and has specific meaning to you. I’ve been wanting to make some for our home, but I’m having a hard time deciding what to do.
I’ve rounded up 15 diy art projects for some inspiration.
This quote is absolute perfection.
This paper art is full of whimsy and frolicking fun.
I love these little geometric triangles.
This paint chip wall art is a perfect zero cost solution for an empty wall.
String art just seems like fun, doesn’t it?
I’m dying to try this squeegee art, but it needs to warm up so I can do it in the garage. Thirty degrees is still too cold for outdoor projects. C’mon spring!
I’m a sucker for any project that uses paper. And this folded paper art is just delightful.
I can’t imagine how long it must have taken to cut out this world map from cork board, but it’s incredible.
This is so simple yet so intriguing.
This house number art has a wonderfully industrial feel to it.
I love the simplicity of this paint chip art.
It’s amazing what a little painter’s tape can do.
I love the sheer craziness of this postcard wall art.
Simple circles for a big impact.
I like how it’s three separate pieces.
Do you feel inspired yet?
Until next time….