I have no words to describe how perfect this Cricut DIY Wall Decor is. Not only is it perfect for the little wall gallery I've got going, but it's simple and fun!
Seriously, if you like making beautiful art with your Cricut, this it the most amazingly pretty quote you could give as a gift to yourself every day.
Cricut DIY Wall Decor
Some days are just hard. And sometimes you get to make something you can be really proud of. It's nice having a reminder on the wall that you can be you and do you--and it's good. It's great.
So, I was making this pretty piece to join all the other creative DIY wall art ideas on my gallery wall of positive encouragement in my daughter's room. She's going to grow up with these words, helping her to define her place in the world.
And that is a truly beautiful thing.
Plus, this simple design goes with any decor style that you can imagine--it's just a simple, elegant design that fits in any baby nursery or little girl's room.
What You Need to Make this Cricut DIY Wall Decor
How to Make this Cricut DIY Wall Decor
For Cutting Machines
Download and unzip the appropriate files, then load the SVG file into Cricut Design Space. Set the materials, pop the vinyl onto the cutting mat and cut the vinyl.
Fold or cut the colored cardstock while your vinyl is cutting. Pull the vinyl off the mat and weed out the voided areas. Cut a piece of transfer paper just large enough to cover your design and put the transfer paper over your design.
Remove any air between the design and the transfer paper with your scraper tool and then remove the paper backing. Place the design onto the glass on the frame, secure the middle then work on one side at a time to get the whole design down.
Repeat with each of the other panels and put your piece of art on the wall with your other wall decor ideas!
Download and unzip the appropriate files, then print the jpg on colored paper. Fold the colored paper in half and place into the frame and hang it in the living room!
If you love this easy Cricut DIY Wall Decor project, be sure to pin it to your favorite home decor DIY ideas board on Pinterest, that way you can find it again when you've got the frame ready.