Do your walls need a little love? Check out these DIY decor projects that will add life and color to your empty walls!
Magazines aren’t only great for crafting– they can be transformed into beautiful home decor pieces, too! Click on the link above to see magazine decor projects like a magazine mirror frame and a magazine picture frame.
Have some embroidery hoops in your craft stash? Turn them into wall art in just a few simple steps! You could even make an embroidery hoop collage with different eco-friendly fabrics like this embroidery hoop collage from Project Nursery.
There are a lot of projects you can make with wine corks, but my favorite way to use them is for wall art. This project in particular is super simple– just hot glue the corks to your canvas to form the word “love,” and you’re finished!
I’m a musician, so I adore music wall art. If you’re passionate about music like I am, create decor that shows that passion! You can click on the tutorial above, and check out Music Wall Art, Part 2. You could also pin up your old vinyl records as cool retro art!
Save those heart chocolate boxes on Valentine’s Day– you can upcycle them into an adorable art collage! Click on over to see how easy it is to complete.
Have an old t-shirt that doesn’t fit anymore? Reuse it as art! Simply cut out the portion of the shirt you want and frame it.
Rather than using new wood to create home decor, use salvaged wood. Sustainablog shares several projects that will get you inspired!
If you have a pop top collection, recycling them into wall art is the perfect way to put them to use! I turned mine into a peace sign, but you could do another shape as well. The possibilities are endless!
Scarves and handkerchiefs are great for adding personality and character to your home decor. Frame them and you have an awesome piece of art that tells a story!
Which upcycled wall art will you try first? Tell us which one is your favorite in the comment section below!
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