Easy Rustic Hanging Art for the Entry; Plus Blog Hop & Linky Party!

Happy Monday, hope you had a good weekend! I have a really fun blog hop and linky party to share with you; Its dedicated to DIY Wall Art. I love creating new art and these amazing ladies and I teamed up to showcase how we create and feature DIY Wall Art in our homes. They all did such an amazing job don’t you think?

Make sure to check them all out:

1. Amidst the Chaos
2. Old House to New Home
3. One More Time Events
4. The House Down the Lane
5. A Shade of Teal, that’s me!
6. Vintage, Paint and more ….
7. Penny Loves Projects
8. Uncookie Cutter
9. Green With Decor
10. Casa Watkins
11. Domicile 37
12. Refashionably Late
13. Up to Date Interiors
14. Pocketful of Posies
15. Shabby Grace Blog

For my art I chose to focus on my living room. Since my living room floor is done, the start of decorating has begun. I still need to install all the moulding and touch up paint, but for now I have some cute art hanging in my entry.

Supplies Needed:
-4 pieces of Scrap wood, 1 1/2″ x 8 3/4″
-Jute Twine or Rope
-Staple Gun
-Art, I found mine on Etsy.

I won’t go into the detail on how to make these, but if you want the full tutorial you can see the ones I made for my office here:

My entry has a pony wall with this small oddly shaped platform for decor. Finding the perfect size tray was a challenge but I found this tray at Target.

The art I found on etsy from a artist named Yao Cheng Design. I love her stuff!

That’s it!, Super easy project that brings just the right amount of teal into my entry!

What do you think? Isn’t it cute!

Now it’s your turn to join in on the fun, link up your own DIY wall art here. The Linky party will be displayed on everyone’s blog and will each be featuring our favorites!


Enjoy!

Follow Along:
Bloglovin // Pinterest // Facebook // Etsy // Instagram // Twitter // Hometalk // Google+

Linking to: Remodeaholic //

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20 comments on “Easy Rustic Hanging Art for the Entry; Plus Blog Hop & Linky Party!

  1. Tiffany on said:

    Hi, Katy ~ I love this project! The art is so beautiful and has such great colors! And I love the way you hung them! I’m heading over to check out the tutorial now. Thanks for sharing and have a great day!

  2. Amanda @ Old House to New Home on said:

    I love these! I am always looking for projects to do with my scrap wood! There are so many places this would look nice in my home! Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. Ruthie on said:

    I love the look of these! I love that their rustic but the pictures inside have a modern flare! I love the frames!

  4. Sara on said:

    Ok! Love love this! They look fantastic. Great print choices too. I’m SO doing this!!!!

  5. Cathy on said:

    I love these and you make it look so easy to do. The colors in the prints are gorgeous.

  6. Jessica on said:

    This has to be my favorite! I like your style of art. I will be pinning!

  7. Tammy on said:

    These are so cute… what a great idea!

  8. Kathy on said:

    This is such a great updated way to frame art. Love the clean and simple look of it and the art you chose from Etsy. That tray from Target is PERFECT. Beautiful vignette for the entry!

  9. Stephanie @ Casa Watkins on said:

    Love it Katy! I will need to read your tutorial on how to make those frames. It looks so great with the Etsy art. The corner vignette is BEA-utiful!!!! Love the plant alongside the glass. Great colors.

  10. Meg @ Green With Decor on said:

    This looks great! Love the color of the wood – and the artwork is so pretty!

  11. April R - Uncookie Cutter on said:

    Hi Katy! I used this wonderful project as inspiration for a recent post and I’m just wondering if it would be okay if I use one photo with a link back here? Thanks for the inspiration!

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