Cool, contemporary DIY Wall Art as bright as a summer day

It’s big, it’s bold and it’s bright! If you’d like a statement piece for your walls, DIY this Green & Aqua Wall Art. It’s cool and it’s contemporary, with vivid colors reminiscent of a bright summer day. In the winter, this Caribbean inspired color palette will warm you up like a sunny beach in the tropics. Readymade, this custom wall art would have a big price tag, but you can DIY it for a lot less with the tutorial on

Love this! Love the colors, and love that I can DIY it.

Is the Green & Aqua Wall Art too bold and too bright? Tone it down with this DIY Rectangle Wall Sculpture. The technique is similar, and the colors sleek and chic.

This wall art is gorgeous, and there's a tutorial for it on

More custom wall art you can DIY with sheets of STYROFOAM Brand Foam.

The DIY Garden Collage Wall Art is a favorite here on Crafts ‘n Coffee, and you can see why. Its blue and green palette is more subdued, and paired with shades of gray.

Beautiful wall art made with scrapbook papers and Styrofoam.

The Garden Collage Wall Art is covered in scrapbook papers.

I’ll leave you with one last variation – the DIY Falling Leaves Wall Art. It’s so tempting to make wall art for each season, and change it out throughout the year. People have seasonal pillows, throws and other accessories, so why not seasonal wall art, too?

This is beautiful! Love these yummy fall colors. This really is a DIY project -- see the tutorial.

Falling Leaves Wall Art by Kathleen George.

Here’s one last look at the eye-popping, Green & Aqua Wall Art. Fun, isn’t it?

These colors make me happy!  Very cool wall art to DIY.

Which one is your favorite?

Happy crafting!

P.S. Don’t forget, you have till midnight on Monday, July 13, to enter the Duck Tape giveaway. I’ll announce the winner on July 14, Tinsel Tuesday. Good luck!

Some of the goodies you might win on the Duck Tape giveaway on

These are only some of the goodies you might win in the Duck Tape giveaway on




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10 Responses to Cool, contemporary DIY Wall Art as bright as a summer day

  1. Stacy says:

    I love this project! But unfortunately, everytime I try to click on the ‘Download Guide(PDF)’ link I’m redirected to and can’t download the file. Anyone else experience same problem? Any suggestions/help?

    • Sharon says:

      I am so sorry! I don’t know how the links broke, but I am trying to fix them ASAP. I will let you know when they are back in operation. Thank you so much for letting me know. Sharon

  2. Είναι τόσο ωραία όλα για εσωτερική διακόσμηση τοίχου!

  3. LisaM6 says:

    Those are all great. My favorite is the one with the leaves. I need to make one for the craft room. 🙂

    • Sharon says:

      I love that one, too, Lisa (I’m not sure I could pick a favorite, though.) It’s perfect for a craft room — now that would be a fun room to decorate. Sharon

  4. My favorite is the toned down version of the rectangle wall art! I think I would do it in gold, silver, bronze and copper! So pretty!

    • Sharon says:

      That would be gorgeous, and so sophisticated Barb! I hope you get a chance to DIY your version of this. Thank you for the inspiration! Sharon

  5. Katiria says:

    These look so good you can’t even tell they are not wood or metal sculptures

    • Sharon says:

      Thank you, Katiria. I don’t know about you, but I would be intimidated by the tools needed to work with wood or metal, but I can DIY these. Nothing hard about these, and the tools you need. Glad you stopped in today. Sharon

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