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Home Decor DIY – Make Your Own Canvas Art

melted crayon canvas
Image source: Megan Duerksen

Let’s face it — a lot of us have boring walls that need a pick-me-up with a splash of something. I’ve seen those home-decor-trade-with-your-neighbor shows. The wall art is typically very simple. I’m so pleased to share with you several simple tutorials that I found for canvas art. Note the key word is “simple.” Personally, I don’t want to spend a ton of money or time designing wall art; I just want instant gratification. Some of these are more complicated than others, but most are easy-peasy, like the melted crayon art above. Wouldn’t it be perfect for a kid’s room? Scroll down for more amazing ideas.

GOLD CHEVRON

Image source: Jess Lively
Image source: Jess Lively

The ombre look of these canvases is easy to achieve with paint. Learn how it was done at Jess Lively.

CANVAS PINWHEEL

Image source: Elise Blaha
Image source: Elise Blaha

This canvas is great to use up your leftover paint. Find out how to make it at Elise Blaha.

LEMONADE BICYCLE

Image source: Delia Randall
Image source: Delia Randall

The background of this canvas is painted free form. See how it was made at Delia Creates.

TOILET PAPER ART

Image source: Chris Carey
Image source: Chris Carey

Recycle TP rolls and then paint. Visit the post at Just a Girl.

CUT IT OUT

Image source: Brassy Apple
Image source: Brassy Apple

The secret is painting over vinyl letters and then peeling. Find the full instructions at Brassy Apple.

COLLAGE ON CANVAS

Image source: Tangente
Image source: Tangente

Old book pages and Mod Podge make this canvas pretty. See how it was made at Tangente.

CONFETTI ART

Image source: Mint Love Social Club
Image source: Mint Love Social Club

With glue and punches, this takes 15 minutes. Find out how it was done at Mint Love Social Club.

DOILY CANVAS ART

Image source: Blush and Bashful
Image source: Blush and Bashful

You don’t even need to paint this canvas — just add rub-ons. Find out how to make it at Blush and Bashful

STICKERS AND MORE

Image source: The Creativity Exchange
Image source: The Creativity Exchange

Use leftover spray paint and letters to create this art. See more pictures at The Creativity Exchange.

INSPIRED BY THE 70S

Image source: Meg Allan Cole
Image source: Meg Allan Cole

Insert nails, wrap yarn to get this retro look. Find the video tutorial at Nest.

MOD PODGE CANVAS

Image source: Elise Engh
Image source: Elise Engh

Use up your scrapbook paper on this pretty canvas. Learn how to make it at Grow Creative.

Article Posted 5 years Ago

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