Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Wall Art

Hey folks! Nicholette here---and I'm feeling TERRIBLE that I haven't posted a tutorial in forever. But here's one of my favorites! This is a Ballard inspired piece, and I got the idea  from another blog...but I can't remember where it is! So help me out if you do so I can give them some credit here!

What you will need:
-9 pieces scrapbook paper ($.99)
- 9 12x12 pieces of particle board ( $3 ish)
-spray adhesive ($3.99)
-Spray paint (color of your choice ($3.99)

 1. First of all, I would take this project outside because spray adhesive is stinky and sticky!

 2. You may need to trim the sides of your scrapbook paper if they have the label at the bottom.

 3. Then, you will spray paint the sides of your particle boards. I wanted the sides to be dark so I did brown.

 4. After the paint dries, you can spray the heck out of your particle boards. Let dry one minute, and place your scrapbook paper on top.

Fairly simple, and it makes for awesome decor! 

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  1. Those turned out awesome!! I love the wall art!
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  2. Thrifty and looks great, thanks for sharing!

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  3. So easy and it looks wonderful, so graphic and stylish! I'm looking at my walls for a space where this would look good, thanks for the nudge!

  4. Vannesa and Nicolette: I toll you guys, those squares are a good idea, you have to post them. Thanks for hearing me, great job.

  5. I love the one I made last summer, it's so customizable!

  6. so cute and fast! love the black and white.

  7. And I love scrapbook paper. This is such a classy idea. I bet people pay $20 for stuff that looks like this.

  8. What a fun idea. I am looking at doing some letters for my daughters room using modge podge instead of the tacky spray. This seems to be a popular tutorial right now, LOL!

  9. It DOES make for awesome decor! I love it! Oh the possibilities!
    Thanks for sharing @ Anything Related!

  10. Love this wall art. Thanks for the inspiration.

  11. You chose great patterns!
    Did you see it on Thrifty Decor Chick?

  12. Fantastic! Question - do you get bubbles with spray adhesive? I always get bubbles with Modpodge, but I'm loving decoupage lately.

  13. Back again - just to let you know I've included this project in my Wall Ideas post today!

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