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5 Brilliant Wall Art Ideas

Our homes are our chance to let our creativity shine. What better way to personalise your abode than by filling your walls with lovely handmade works of art? Creating wall art can be as simple or as complicated as you like, meaning there are fabulous projects for all skill levels to enjoy. So grab your scissors and glue, and let’s get crafting!

5 Brilliant Wall Art Ideas

1. Papercut Box Frame Picnic Place Setting

Intricate papercut crafts can certainly look intimidating – that’s why we’re starting out with a project that even beginners can master! Carla Bagshaw’s step-by-step polar bear design comes with printable templates to make your first spin with the craft knife a little less stressful. Simply print and cut each layer, then stack them up to create an impressive layered box frame. Once you’ve got the hang of it, let your creativity run wild to see what other nature scenes you can create!

2. Paper Dahlia

It’s time to put away the last of the winter wall hangings and wreaths and get ready to fill your walls with lovely spring colour. This bright blue dahlia is just the thing to bring a breath of fresh air to your walls – and it’s super simple, too! All you need to get started is some vibrantly coloured card – try American Crafts 12x12 Spring Cardstock - 60 Sheets for beautiful seasonal shades. Then, follow these easy steps from the Concrete Cottage to roll and glue your way to stunning wall art.

3. Wrapped Letter

This easy wrapped letter hack is the perfect way to personalise a child’s room or even your craft area. Simply create a papier-mache letter (or buy a pre-made one!) and then wrap it up in your favourite colour of twine – choose a multipack like the Paper Yarn 1.8m 10x Bold Colours 470m for plenty of choice! Attach it to a flat frame with a matching colour of ribbon, and then decorate the frame with more twine.

4. Quilled Art

Create a swirling, curling masterpiece by diving into quilling. Although it looks complicated, once you’ve learned the basics it’s easy to fall in love with this art form. Carla Bagshaw’s majestic whale design is a brilliant place to start as it comes with a free template that you can download to help you on your way. Once you’ve mastered quilling, check out Carla’s other fantastic designs for a healthy dose of inspiration.

5. Papercut Lightbox

This brilliant project is not only a wonderful work of art, but it will also light up your home in style. All you need to do is print out the templates and follow Carla Bagshaw’s guide to cutting and arranging your lightbox display. The cosy glow of the adorable fox pattern would make a perfect gift for a nature lover in your life, but if you’re feeling daring why not swap it out for another animal silhouette?