Fabric Wall Art is all the rage right now! I love making my own art so I am always working on ideas that are not only quick and easy but also affordable. Displaying something that is completely unique makes my home a one of a kind, and I like that!
I’ve been seeing Fabric Wall Art popping up on Pinterest and in home decor magazines so I thought it was time to give it a try and come up with something that fits my personality. That’s the plus to DIY projects, you get to pick out the way you want the project to look. For this project I was working on ideas for students to use in their dorm rooms. My niece is off to college this year and so my mind was thinking of ways I could help her and her friends make those ugly rooms into their own unique spaces! Since I was designing ideas for college students that meant stylish, fast, easy and cheap. I think this project fits those categories perfectly.
Fabric Wall Art Supplies
- Canvas panels 11 x 14 inch (pack of 6)(I used 11″ x 14″ boards for the demo)
- Coordinating fabrics
- Stanley TR150HL SharpShooter Heavy Duty Staple Gun
- Stanley TRA708T Sharpshooter 1/2-Inch Leg Length Staples, Steel (1000 Count)
- 3M General Purpose 45 Spray Adhesive, 10-1/4-Ounce
- Initials or any embellishments to personalize your canvas
Fabric Wall Art Instructions
Step 1. Lay fabric pattern side down.
Step 2. Lay canvas on top of fabric and cut the fabric 2″ larger all the way around
Step 3. Spray adhesive on front of blank canvas then lay it face down in the center of backside of measured fabric.
I just love how these turned out and I can’t wait to see them hanging in her dorm room with matching DIY Wall Fabric Decals!
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