The Crafted Collective: DIY Wall Art

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Bare walls can really dampen a mood when hanging out around your home. Rather than leave the boring walls, Me and my Crafted Collective girls are sharing with you 60 DIY Wall Art Ideas. Let’s meet the other hosts: Kirsten of Sweet Tea and Saving Grace, Bethany of Pitter and Glink and Kara of Happy Go Lucky. I hope these ideas will inspire you to create some fun wall art in your home.

World Art

This is such a creative way to use a globe. Add some cute quote and hang it up in any room. Learn how at Patina White.

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Take a small object like buttons and find a way to make a huge version to hang on a wall. These buttons are perfect for a sewing and craft room. Decor and the Dog gives us the scoop on how to make these funky buttons.

Heart Wall ARt

For an adorable touch to a little girl’s room, create this simple paper heart piece. Honeybee Vintage provides a step by step tutorial to make your own. If hearts aren’t your thing, try stars, hexagons, etc.


For a boy room, this stick art is a fun and easy way to add some dimension to their walls. Hello Little House decorated her home with these and shares how.


 Create some fun word art using wire! This is so adorable. It would work great for a teen room. Find out how at Tuts Plus.


Create a fun bit of word art to look like Scrabble tiles. Using the names of your family create your own puzzle. Such a fun piece of DIY wall art from Remodelaholic.


Bring the look of succulents indoor with this vertical hanging succulent garden. For lots of pointers and tips read more over at Anythingology.


Normally frames are used to hold photos, but they have a really fun effect when they are painted and layered to create a beautiful accent wall. For instructions check out Makely School for Girls.


 I am absolutely in love with this easy wall treatment by Classy Clutter.  Add some spice to a wall using a paint pen to create this scalloped DIY wall art.


I love the look of brick. It is easy to achieve a brick wall with this faux brick wall tutorial from Snippets of Design.

Sharpie Pen Plates

If you want to add something less permanent than paint, try these Sharpie plates. Boxwood Clippings shares how to create these adorable works of art.


Another way to make a wall pop is with some colorful hexagons. My Sister’s Suitcase gives a full tutorial and where to find these cute hexagons!


Yet another way to add some spice to a wall without paint, vinyl. Cut out cute and funky shapes then apply to a wall. Easy removal when you are ready for a change. Check out the details at Girl Loves Glam.


For a more purposeful DIY wall art, try these beautiful and easy wall shelves. Use for storage and beauty. Learn how to whip them up over at Shanty 2 Chic.

board game wall art

 One last idea for a game room! Hang board games on the wall with pieces behind for a functional game gallery wall. Learn how at Laptops to Lullabies.

Find the rest of the ideas below:

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Sweet Tea and Saving Grace | Pitter and Glink | Happy Go Lucky

Visit each link above to see the rest of the ideas!


Hi there!

I’m Emily, a mom and wife with a passion for crafting, celebrating holidays, and creating memorable moments. From Idaho to the world, The Benson Street is a treasure trove of easy, fun DIY projects, delightful printables, and delicious recipes. With over a decade of experience in blogging and a love for all things seasonal, I’m here to share my tips, ideas, and occasional mishaps. Join me in adding a dash of joy and creativity to every day! Read more…

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