I always seem to be changing my wall decor. Apparently, I'm indecisive to say the least. There is just a wonderful feeling when you change it up around the house. I've noticed I tend to most when there is a happy change or surprise in my life. My walls are usually one step behind me.
Here is a DIY I came up with for creating some fun, simple art for your walls. Here's how to make it....
Supplies: Quilting hoops (you can find at your local craft store), fabric, scissors, glue, masking tape, and tacks.
1. First, your hoops should have two separate pieces. You'll take the inside piece and simply place it on top of your spread out fabric. Cut around the hoop, leaving about an inch longer all the way around. You'll want it be at least long enough to wrap onto the inside of the hoop so that the wood isn't showing when you're finished.
2. The outside hoop has a small metal piece that I simply either snapped off or bent down. I taped the edges together to secure it and repeated step one.
3. Once you've cut the fabric out, you'll begin to glue it to the hoop with the pattern facing out. Glue it to the outside first all the way around and then glue the excess to the inside, making the edge of the fabric hidden.
4. Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Until all your hoops are finished.
5. Then, make a fun pattern on the wall!
You can use as many or as few as you like. Get creative and use products other than fabric. On one of my hoops I used thick hemp. What else do you think would be fun to use? I'm tempted to make a fox silhouette on the big teal one. :)
Hope your Sunday is lovely.Sincerely, Kinsey