My #1 Tip for Creating DIY Statement Wall Art in Under 30 Minutes

Creating DIY Statement Wall Art in Under 30 Minutes

We’ve been creating a lot of artwork for the studio lately. Lots of walls to fill! And I’ve developed a few tricks for getting things done faster, while still making an impact in a room. There’s plenty of things you can do to create artwork in a hurry, but my number one tip for creating DIY statement art in under 30 minutes is limiting the number of materials to a maximum of two.

I’m not talking about tools you might need, I’m talking materials that will actually make up the piece (fabric, paper, paint, etc). That’s what I stick to nine times out of ten and it really helps to get things done faster (and it’s cost effective).

I recently made these DIY art pieces for Curbly following my #1 rule of just two materials. Can you figure out what those two materials are?

Creating DIY Statement Wall Art in Under 30 Minutes

Creating DIY Statement Wall Art in Under 30 Minutes

Creating DIY Statement Wall Art in Under 30 Minutes

You can head over to Curbly for the full tutorial and more photos. But I’d love to hear your tips for creating DIY statement art in a hurry if you have any tricks to share.

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Completely agree! Thank you! Adding this post to my resources board and tweeting 😉

cheers,
Ursula
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Glad to hear it, Ursula.

Brittni

Amazing artwork, I would love to decorate my home with this!
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My favorite DIY art for the wall is done with spray paint and a few nice leaves. You can use real leaves or leaves from the craft store. Spray paint the canvas of your choice any color you want. Let it dry completely. Place the leaves on the canvas in any design that you want. Now spray paint another color over the leaves. You can lightly spay just the area around each leaf or you can do a heavier spray of the entire canvas. Remove the leaves carefully and let dry. It comes out different each time so no two will be exactly the same. You can use any size canvas and any combination of leaves that you want.

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