Continuing with our makeover of our dining room, I saw some fun wall décor at a recent Vintage Market we attended. It was so much fun to see al the goodies there and I always love seeing how creative people can be!
We walked it twice, it was that much fun and so much to see! We found all kinds of inspiration for our dining room makeover and one of them was this gigantic wall of art. I took one look and knew we could most certainly DIY that with our Cricut!
Here is a quick video of what we saw and how we transformed it. For all the details and the free SVG, visit our sister site, Craftroomtime.com. You can also check out the video at the very bottom of this post!
We just used some cardstock from Michaels, a little paint and a foam brush cut to make the wood grain look. I liked the curl in the petals for a more 3D look, but next time I would use foam board and cover with the paint technique so it would be more rigid and more like the inspiration pieces.
That’s what I love about DIY! Especially using the the Cricut. It’s pretty easy to go back and do it over or even to just make more!
If you notice, we did paint the walls with Valspar Ultra Satin in Gray Shimmer. It is a soft white with a purple undertone. We only needed one coat because our walls were already a soft white. I like that it pops a bit against the white door and trim.
The Chandelier we bought at the Cracker Barrel a long while back but I found something similar to it on Houzz.
Our next episode in this makeover series is how to make an easy table runner to match the reset of our design for the room!
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