How to Make Floral Wall Art with WallPaper
In today’s post, I am sharing a step-by-step guide on how to make beautiful floral wall art with wallpaper using JC Campbell Lily’s Florals.
Floral wall art has been a popular form of expression for centuries, and now you can create your own unique piece with just a few simple steps. Wallpaper may seem like an unusual material to use for creating art, but with the vibrant and intricate patterns of JC Campbell Lily’s Florals, it is the perfect medium to bring this floral art to life.
Whether you are a seasoned crafter or just starting, this tutorial will provide you with everything you need to know to create a stunning piece of floral art.
All you need is Lily’s Florals, a sample of paint, and a frame!
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Supplies for Floral Wall Art
The Things You Need
How to Make Floral Wall Art
- Lily's Floral Die Cuts
- 8x10 Picture Frame with glass
- Magnolia (sample size) interior paint in a coordinating color of choice
- My color is Pashmina Plum
- Paint Powder by Amy Sadler Designs
- Quality Paint Brush
- Mix one tablespoon of Paint Powder and one tablespoon of water with the sample size of the Magnolia paint
- Paint the glass insert of your picture frame with the homemade chalk paint
- Paint a second coat on the glass
- Paint the 8x10 frame with the homemade chalk paint mixture as well
- Remove the Lily's Florals Die Cuts from their sheet and submerge them in water
- Place the Die Cuts on the (Dry) painted glass where you want them and put the glass back in the frame.
- Place any die cuts on the frame and press them into place with firm pressure using your fingers
- Enjoy your new floral wall art!
I didn't let the die cuts sit in the water.
I just submerged them for about 15 seconds and placed them glue sides together until I was ready to place them.
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My friend Jennifer at Cottage on Bunker Hill has the best Pottery Barn Dupes and she does not disappoint with her post today! You have to see it!
You are one creative gal! love this idea. I really like how you added the flowers to the frame as well. Such a fun project.
Thank You Wendy! You are so kind!
Love this Amy. Who would have thought to use wallpaper! Beautiful colors.
thank you Regina! It is such a pretty pattern and it comes already cut for you! She has so many beautiful choices!
This turned out so great. I love how you extended the design onto the frame. Very creative. Thanks for having me along this month.
I am so glad you joined us! I think the frame needed a little somethin! LOL Thank you!
This is such a cute project, Amy!! Love it!!!!
I love this project Amy! I’m thinking these die cuts would be so pretty on a piece of furniture or serving tray! Thanks for the inspiration friend!
I have a furniture project coming up using the sheets of her wall paper and I am so excited about it!
So beautiful, Amy! I love the paint treatment and the monochromatic frame. It is the perfect backdrop for the pretty flowers! Great project!
Thank you Missy!