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This easy DIY wall art is an easy way to add some character to your walls. And using your cutting machine for this Cricut wall art makes things extra easy. And you won’t break the bank and no messy spray paint either!
If you want more DIY wall art ideas then check out the DIY home decor section of my blog.
Easy Wall Art With Cricut Vinyl + Free Cut Files
This DIY wall art idea is simple to make. And would go amazingly on a gallery wall with other pieces of art.
You can even go a step further by making it match your living room color palette by using both colored paper and colored vinyl, making your wall decor bright and colorful.
DIY Vinyl Wall Art Ideas
My free svg for this easy DIY wall art project even works on a blank canvas, I have a great post for that coming up very soon.
All you would have to do is put the design onto the canvas, paint over it and then once it dries remove the vinyl and you have an amazing colored canvas.
This is a fun and inexpensive project that could easily be made for under $5 if you have to lay around what most of us Cricut crafters do. Grab the free SVG. These make a great addition to your home decor, you can even give them is a gift.
Similar framed art goes for as much as around $80, like this art here. I’d say its a win anytime you can both save money and make it yourself!
DIy wall art is a great way to make a ho-hum space looking amazing. Cricut wall art is really easy to make using your Explore Air or even your Maker. This DIY Wall Decor is super simple, just download the free SVG and upload right into design space, resize and cut!
- Weeding Tool
- Cutting Machine
- Standard Grip Mat
- Vinyl scraper
- Download the file
- Upload to Cricut Design Space
- Resize to your frame size
- Place the vinyl, vinyl side up onto your Cricut mat
- Load into the cutting machine
- Click make it in design space
- DO NOT MIRROR, click continue
- Select your machine
- Adjust the cut settings to vinyl
- Press go
- Remove the vinyl when it is done cutting
- Remove the vinyl from the mat, to keep the vinyl from curling, lay the mat on a surface vinyl side down and while holding your vinyl remove the mat
- Using the weeding tool remove the cut areas that you wont use
- Cut a piece of transfer tape the size of your design
- Remove the paper backing from the transfer tape and place on top of your image
- Using the craper, scrape both sides to help with transferring to the transfer tape
- Gently pull back the tape
- Place the transferred design onto the card stock and gently transfer to the cardstock
- Place the image into your frame
- Hang your art
Try this design on a painted canvas. Paint the canvas 1 color and then add vinyl over top of it, you could even give it a little more life using some washi tape.