Easy & inexpensive DIY Wall Art is #1 on Crafts ‘n Coffee

Woo-hoo! Crafts ‘n Coffee is celebrating its one-year blogiversary. Today through Friday, I’m revisiting the most popular features from the past year and announcing a daily giveaway. Hands down, do-it-yourself wall art and custom decorating techniques were the top two posts this past year: Fast & Fabulous DIY Wall Art Ideas with scrapbook paper; and Home Dec Tutorial: DIY Custom Wall Art with Fabric + Foam. It looks like you love your home and you want to find easy and inexpensive ways to decorate. I’m so glad I can help!

Here are the photos from Fast & Fabulous DIY Wall Art Ideas, and each photo links to the step-by-step tutorial on StyrofoamCrafts.com. This wall art is all made with scrapbook paper, which means your choices are almost endless – and inexpensive. You really can make nine, 12” x 12” panels of scrapbook wall art in just a few hours and for less than $50.

scrapbook wall art tutorial

Vibrant Bistro Wall Art

scrapbook paper wall art

Vintage Bistro Wall Art

contemporary scrapbook wall art

Contempo Wall Art

scrapbook wall art with tuscan theme

Tuscan Wall Art

Readers also loved this custom, DIY wall art designed by Tam from Sew Dang Cute Crafts. Tam created her Wall Art Collage using fabric and various sizes of 1” STYROFOAM Brand Foam. Thank you, Tam, for sharing your wall art tutorial with us.

how to make fabric wall art collage

Fabric Wall Art designed by Tam at Sew Dang Cute Crafts

Here’s the original inspiration for Tam’s wall art collage – the Garden Collage Wall Art made with scrapbook papers.

how to make Garden Collage Wall Art

Garden Collage Wall Art

If you’d like more decorating inspiration, I hope you’ll visit StyrofoamCrafts.com and check out our three free, home décor bookletsGreat Décor in a Flash – Without a Lot of Cash.

Great Decor in a Flash -- Without a Lot of Cash

how to cut styrofoam

Win a Styro Cutter Plus.

Today’s blogiversary giveaway is all about wall art. The giveaway includes enough STYROFOAM Brand Foam to make your own wall art – nine, 12” squares and three, 12” x 36” sheets, plus an electric Styro Cutter Plus to help you cut the foam sheets to size. This handy tool plugs right in and is ready to go in just 30 seconds.

If you’d like to win our giveaway, tell me which room in your house needs new wall art. I’ll draw a name from the comments after midnight on Sunday, April 15.

I have a winner to announce from our most recent giveaway. Lucky #8, Denise Gallwitz, wins the book Peeps!, and a craft apron. Please contact me by noon on Thursday to claim your prize, Denise.

I’ve also drawn a new name for the book Steampunk Chic, as our original winner did not claim it. The new winner of an autographed copy of Steampunk Chic is StudioRose. Please contact me by noon on Thursday to claim your prize, StudioRose.

More blogiversary fun is on tap for tomorrow – see you then!

Happy crafting!

Sharon

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25 Responses to Easy & inexpensive DIY Wall Art is #1 on Crafts ‘n Coffee

  1. cnuland says:

    Our living room doesn’t have much on the walls and neither does my daughter’s room – both could use some help.

  2. Felicia Woodward says:

    I actually have made a set of 4 with the coordinating papers for my living room, and they need updating, so I love this giveaway!

  3. mistyfuji says:

    My office at work has plain, white walls…this would look really terrific on those walls!

    • Sharon says:

      Great idea for office walls — these are so lightweight that you don’t even have to pound nails into the wall. You can hang the scrapbook paper wall art with poster putty. Thanks! Sharon

  4. Birgit says:

    Well, I think each room could do with some new wall art, but if I had to settle on one room, I would choose the living room.

  5. annehaun says:

    My living room needs some wall love.

  6. auntiethesis says:

    Our family room has a big blank wall begging to be filled.

  7. Carol F. says:

    My children’s bathroom is in need of trendy wall art!

  8. Sharon says:

    So glad you all stopped in! Bedrooms, living rooms, hallways — this wall art technique is a great way to add “wow” to any of these rooms. The hardest part will be choosing your scrapbook papers — so many gorgeous papers out there! Sharon

  9. Rebecca W says:

    Our Florida room could use some wall art!

  10. Kathy H says:

    As you walk into my home, you are faced with a huge blank wall that begs for something beautiful. I’ve been having a difficult time trying to decide what to do there. The ideas in this post would work wonderfully, especially since I’m working on a very limited budget! Thanks for the post, and thanks for the opportunity to win a fabulous package!! Be blessed, Kathy

  11. Meghan says:

    My living room needs new wall decor. (Some of my wall art was ruined with water damage.) :(

  12. Donna O'Neil says:

    Ummm….every room needs something. SO, since I have to pick I am going to have to say my living room.

  13. ambjer s. says:

    my hallway needs some new wall art

  14. Marce Hall says:

    I would use this in my bedroom for sure.

  15. tonya says:

    My family room SO needs some wall decor.

  16. Sar Tann says:

    My bedroom. I haven’t anything hung on the walls. :(

  17. Jeannie (blue) says:

    my bedroom could definitely use some wall art.

  18. Lisa M says:

    Love all the neat ideas. I would like to add some artwork in my girls room. They need a little color in their room.

  19. m-a says:

    my bedroom!!!

  20. flowerandbudjewelry says:

    My room needs a face lift. Please help =)

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