DIY Wall Art With Paint Swatches



Everybody is looking for a way to improve their apartment. Some people try filling in the space with furniture, some are redecorating the walls and some use things to fill in the space. All you need is some spare time to go to the store and the problem will be solved.To build this amazing wall art design you will need some supplies like: a large frame with paper insert, a ton of pretty paint chips, double-sided tape squares and a vinyl letters appropriate to the size of your frame phrases (4”-6”). In this pictures are used a variety of alive colors so that your space where you will fit the art wall will be stunning.

After you finish your modern wall art with paint swatches you will need to take a picture in case you will run across it and your colors will all get mixed up. It is a fun way to personalize your interior space. It will bring your happy side every time you pass through the room where the wall art is set.


When you start doing your wall art design you should start from the top right and attach double sided tape to each corner of each paint chip. After you finish that you can now start applying the pretty chips. Be careful to hide the color names on the chips with the next layer. Good luck!{found on abeautifulmess}.


Published by in DIY, on May 8th, 2012

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