Today I’m proud to introduce a wonderful tutorial courtesy of Ayda, a regular contributor to The Craft Cafe! I’m a huge fan of making DIY wall art, decorating photo frames and really customising some amazing graphics and printables that I find online. That’s why this tutorial is perfect for this blog and it’s a great project for you to create a ‘talking piece’ in your own home!
Make Your Own Wonderful DIY Wall Art And Frame It With Lace!
It’s Ayda from cafenohut. I’m here again after my last post for The Craft Cafe We had a very hot summer in Turkey and I really miss “Autumn”. Maybe a little bit early but I should start to look for inspiration for Christmas. My favourite time of the year begins! So now we print some beautiful botanical art and frame it with ribbons and lace to add a little colour to my walls.
Today, I would like to share with you this super simple romantic wall art idea. So simple, your kinds can do it.
Supplies You Will Need To Make Your DIY Wall Art:
- Vintage Botanical Print
- White Cardstock
- Velvet Ribbon
- Lace Trim (Tulle)
- Uhu Tape Glue Roller
- Wooden Lace Ruler (because it’s cute!)
- Photo Frame In Size and Finish Of Your Choice
Grab the ruler here:
How To Make Your DIY Wall Art:
Firstly we should find a nice vintage botanical print. This bundle has a HUGE collection of botanical prints and botanical monograms that are beautiful. I used a white cardboard for background in A4 size. Whatever size of frame you choose, you will need to use that size of the card as a background.
A3 Frame = A3 Paper
A4 Frame = A4 Paper
And so on…
We are sticking our vintage botanical print to the centre of the cardboard and for a romantic touch, we use velvet ribbon and lace trim around the print.
I used glue roller for sticking ribbons and trims but you can use also double-sided tape.
During this process, there is only one thing needs your attention; corners!!! Please see the images which is mentioned the corners.
And that’s all! The next step is choosing a nice place on your walls for this romantic frame.
You can use this frame in your home or you can give it to one of your friends as a gift…
See you at the next Craft Cafe post.
I wish all of you have an amazing weekend