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10 Easy Upcycled DIY Home Décor Projects

Updated on April 7, 2014

10 Easy Upcycled DIY Home Décor Projects

Looking for some easy upcycled DIY home décor projects to add color and interest to your walls? Look no further to find clever décor ideas, easy how-to instructions, complete materials lists and helpful tips from start to finish.

Whether your taste runs to the traditional, you prefer something more abstract or you just want something NEW on your walls, you are sure to find plenty of inspiration in these 10 easy upcycled DIY home décor projects.

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Craftcycle: 100+ Earth-Friendly Projects and Ideas for Everyday Living
Craftcycle: 100+ Earth-Friendly Projects and Ideas for Everyday Living

LOVE this book on upcycling! It is full of clever, practical ways to use stuff we all have and generally don't know what to do with. The book offers lots of ideas to get the whole family involved with transforming their trash into treasure, providing a fun way for kids to learn how to recycle, reuse and repurpose.

I repeatedly refer to it for ideas and inspiration and it occupies a prominent place on my bookshelf. If you are into upcycling already or want to dip your toe into the upcycling pool, this book is a super choice!

 

Upcycled DIY Home Décor Project #1 - Crayon Art

Materials Needed:

-Crayola Crayons (Other crayon brands do not melt as well as Crayola Crayons)

-16" x 16" Canvas

-Hot Glue Gun

-Hot Glue Sticks

-Drinking Straw

-Newspapers, Drop Cloth or Fabric

-Heat Gun (A hair dryer can be substituted for a heat gun, but check to be sure it has enough power to melt a crayon before starting the project)

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How to Make Crayon Art

  1. Protect area around the project with newspapers, drop cloth or fabric.
  2. Select desired crayon colors and remove their wrappers.
  3. Use the glue gun and hot glue to attach crayons to the canvas, tips facing out.
  4. Use heat gun or hair dryer to melt a little of the first crayon's tip, being careful not to melt the entire tip.
  5. Take the drinking straw to blow the wax puddle away from the tip of the crayon.
  6. Repeat with each crayon until all have been melted and the hot wax blown out.
  7. Allow the wax to dry completely.
  8. Hang your crayon art!

Upcycled DIY Home Décor Project #2 - Paint Chip Art

FInally, a use for all those paint chips you have lying around the house!

Materials List:

-Paint chips

-Picture frames or canvas of your choice

-Background paper (if using picture frame) of your choice

-Glue stick or Mod Podge (your choice)

-Scissors, paper cutter, scrapbooking punch of your choice

Note: If you do not have enough paint chips for your project and are going to a paint retailer to get some, please ask for permission before taking paint chips.

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How to Make Paint Chip Art

  1. Cut paint chips into desired size or shape.
  2. Adhere paint chips to background paper or canvas, using chosen adhesive.
  3. Allow to dry.

Upcycled DIY Home Décor Project #3 - Leaf Art

What could be easier than this?

Materials Needed:

-Leaf or leaves of your choice

-Craft paint in colors of your choice

-Small sponge brushes for paint application

-Rags or newspaper for dabbing off excess paint

-Plastic wallpaper smoother or other flexible smoothing tool

-Paper in color of your choice with picture frame or stretched canvas

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How to Make Leaf Art

  1. Pick leaf or leaves you want to use.
  2. Apply small amount of craft paint in colors of your choice to leaf.
  3. Using plastic wallpaper smoother, gently but firmly smooth coated leaf onto paper or canvas surface.
  4. Carefully remove leaf.
  5. Allow to dry completely.
  6. Seal with matte sealer.

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Supplies for Leaf Art

Darice 8-Inch-by-10-Inch Stretched Canvas, 2-Pack
Darice 8-Inch-by-10-Inch Stretched Canvas, 2-Pack

Use one canvas for each leaf and hang the finished pieces as a collage

 
Loew Cornell 841 20-Piece Foam Brush Set, 2-Inch
Loew Cornell 841 20-Piece Foam Brush Set, 2-Inch

These are a must-have for every upcycled DIY enthusiast

 
Plastic Smoothing Tool
Plastic Smoothing Tool

Use this smoother to get a good image of each leaf

 

Upcycled DIY Home Décor Project #4 - Mirror Collage

This is the perfect opportunity to make the most of as many old (or not so old) framed mirrors you already own. If you need more, scour thrift stores, garage sales, ask friends and snoop through craigslist for budget-friendly mirrors of all sizes.

Part of the fun is that it's up to you to decide if you want to leave the mirrors as is, spray paint or Rub 'n Buff the frames a unifying color or coordinating colors.

Materials needed:

-Mirrors of your choice

-Spray paint in color(s) of your choice

-Rub 'n Buff in color(s) of your choice

-Painter's tape (if painting)

-Newspapers (if painting)

-Mirror Hangers

-Hammer

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How to Make the Mirror Collage

  1. Tape off mirror with painter's tape.
  2. Use a second row of painter's tape to secure newspaper over mirror, protecting it from paint.
  3. Spray paint or Rub 'n Buff mirror frames (To paint or not to paint, that is the question - it's totally up to you...)
  4. Remove newspaper and tape.
  5. Hang mirrors using mirror hangers.

Upcycled DIY Home Décor Project #5 - Yarn Art

Use a simple image for maximum impact and use the yarn (or string) as you would use paint.

It is recommended to use wood, sheet insulation or MDF 1" to 1-1/2" thick, stained or painted in the color of your choice.

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A Visual Guide for the Yarn Art DIY Home Décor Project - Images from cremedelacraft.com

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Materials needed for yarn art project - Substrate can be wood, sheet insulation, MDF or anything you desire.  The recommended substrate depth is 1" to 1-1/2".Directions for yarn art project - 1. Cut out pattern. 2. Put a piece of double-stick tape on the back of each pattern piece. 3. Position the pattern on the substrate of your choice. 4. Use hammer to nail in small nails, following the pattern. 5. Remo
Materials needed for yarn art project - Substrate can be wood, sheet insulation, MDF or anything you desire.  The recommended substrate depth is 1" to 1-1/2".
Materials needed for yarn art project - Substrate can be wood, sheet insulation, MDF or anything you desire. The recommended substrate depth is 1" to 1-1/2".
Directions for yarn art project - 1. Cut out pattern. 2. Put a piece of double-stick tape on the back of each pattern piece. 3. Position the pattern on the substrate of your choice. 4. Use hammer to nail in small nails, following the pattern. 5. Remo
Directions for yarn art project - 1. Cut out pattern. 2. Put a piece of double-stick tape on the back of each pattern piece. 3. Position the pattern on the substrate of your choice. 4. Use hammer to nail in small nails, following the pattern. 5. Remo

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Upcycled DIY Home Décor Project #6 - Salvaged Wood Art

The best kind of wood for this piece is FREE WOOD! Ask friends, family, neighbors for any castoff wood or lumber they might have gathering dust in their garages or basements. Be sure to check frequently on Craigslist, etc., for free wood and lumber.

Use this project as inspiration for your own unique salvaged wood art piece. This project is not difficult, but it is a bit tedious, so take advantage of friends' help and/or work on it while watching TV.

You can use any type of wood you choose and it can be stained or painted, your choice.

You can make your salvaged wood art in one piece or multiple pieces, it's all up to you (think about turning all those paint stir sticks you have lying about the house into some cool wall art).

If the wood you select is too long for your desired art piece, it may have to be cut down with some kind of power tool, such as a table saw, chop saw or circular saw, depending on your need. If you don't have the proper power tool, consider borrowing it or asking friends or family to assist you with the cutting.

Materials Needed: (The items listed were used to create the piece of salvaged wood art shown above)

-60" x 24" MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) - If your transportation options are limited, consider cutting the MDF into two smaller 30" x 24" pieces, using the available cutting services of the store where you are purchasing it.

-Approximately 100 pieces of wood, different widths and lengths.

-Seven-8 oz. pots of paint in colors coordinating with and/or complementing your existing décor. (Consider looking at mis-mixed paint at hardware stores, paint stores, home improvement centers for well-priced options. Another well-priced possibility is to buy sample-sized pots of paint in colors of your choice.)

- Bag of sponge brushes (you will need at least 1 brush per color)

- Sanding sponge or sandpaper: medium grit is fine

- Tube of Liquid Nails

- Caulking gun for dispensing Liquid Nails

- Rags

- Power saw

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How to Make Salvaged Wood Art

  1. Paint the edges of your MDF base with two coats of any one of the 7 colors you plan to use on this project to camouflage the base from being noticed when the piece is hung on the wall.
  2. Cut enough 24" pieces of wood to cover the entire 60" length of the MDF base, using different widths of wood to complete the job. Once the 24" pieces are cut, continue to cut the remaining wood in random smaller pieces, to be used atop the base pieces. This is what will give dimension, depth and visual interest to your salvaged wood art.
  3. Sand down all rough edges of the wood.
  4. Paint each piece of wood with two coats of paint, making sure that each color is used on different sizes and widths of wood.
  5. Take as much time as you need to do a random dry-fit of your painted wood pieces, starting with the 24" pieces of wood for the base of your salvaged art piece. Once you are satisfied with the bottom layer, add in the smaller pieces on top, playing with different length, width and color combinations.
  6. Once you are satisfied with the layout, remove the top layer of wood pieces, carefully setting them aside, being sure to maintain your final pattern. Place small dabs of Liquid Nails along the length of each 24" piece of wood and affix them to the MDF base. Take care to clean off any excess adhesive that squeezes onto the painted wood as you go, since it will dry white, thus requiring another coat or two of paint to cover.
  7. Once the 24" pieces have been glued down, fill in with the rest of the wood, dotting them with Liquid Nails and placing them in your predetermined pattern.
  8. Allow 24 hours for the Liquid Nails to dry completely.
  9. Attach a heavy-duty mirror hanger at either end of the salvaged wood art piece and hang it with appropriately-weighted gallery quality picture hangers.

Upcycled DIY Home Décor Project #7 - Ombre Chipboard Letter Art

Ombre is defined as having colors or tones that shade into each other, a gradation of color from light to dark.

The best thing about this on-trend project is that it will truly be an expression of you, your taste, and your personality. Use whatever saying you like, in whatever colors you like, on whatever size canvas you like - it is completely up to you!

Materials needed: (Materials listed below are for the picture, above)

- Large stretched canvas

- White matte spray paint

- Acrylic paints in desired colors (10 colors in varying tones of blues, white and neutrals were used by the artist for this project)

- Self-adhesive chipboard letters

- Paint brushes: artist's brushes or 1" paint brushes

- Pencil

- Rags

- Drop Cloth, newspapers or sheet to protect work surface

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How to Make Ombre Chipboard Letter Art

  1. Working in a well-ventilated area (preferably outside), spray the entire canvas and edges with the white spray paint.
  2. Allow to dry completely.
  3. Place chipboard letters in your desired arrangement on the canvas.
  4. Peel off the protective backing of the letters of your desired saying and adhere them in the location of your choice.
  5. Make a light pencil mark on both sides of the canvase, about a third of the way up from the bottom. Your darker paint colors should not go above this mark in order to maintain the piece's visual balance.
  6. Starting with the darkest color, brush on a couple of inches of paint from side to side.
  7. Using the same brush, change to the next paint color, add another couple of inches, blending as you go.
  8. Proceed with the next several colors, blending as you go, until you reach your pencil mark delineating the 1/3 point.
  9. While the paint is still wet, blend your colors until you are satisfied with the look.
  10. Soften the perimeter of the canvas by dry-brushing the lightest paint color around the canvas edges, blurring any hard edges with a rag.
  11. Allow the paint to dry completely.
  12. Hang your new masterpiece!

A Visual Guide for the Ombre Chipboard Letter Art

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Supplies needed for ombre chipboard letter art projectLetter placement before protective backing has been removedArtist with ombre chipboard letter art - a work in progressOmbre chipboard letter art - blending of paint continues...
Supplies needed for ombre chipboard letter art project
Supplies needed for ombre chipboard letter art project
Letter placement before protective backing has been removed
Letter placement before protective backing has been removed
Artist with ombre chipboard letter art - a work in progress
Artist with ombre chipboard letter art - a work in progress
Ombre chipboard letter art - blending of paint continues...
Ombre chipboard letter art - blending of paint continues...

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Supplies for Ombre Chipboard Letter Art

Darice Studio 71 24-Inch-by-36-Inch Traditional Canvas
Darice Studio 71 24-Inch-by-36-Inch Traditional Canvas

This is a nice size for making your ombre chipboard letter art; it's large enough to be easily seen

 
American Crafts Thickers Printed Chipboard Letter Stickers, Regards Black
American Crafts Thickers Printed Chipboard Letter Stickers, Regards Black

This is a great font for your ombre chipboard letter art

 
Liquitex BASICS Acrylic Paint Tube 48-Piece Set
Liquitex BASICS Acrylic Paint Tube 48-Piece Set

I love this great assortment of acrylic paints - you can do so much with them!

 
Pro-Art 16-Well Rectangle Plastic Palette
Pro-Art 16-Well Rectangle Plastic Palette

Keep your ombre chipboard letter art paints separated with this handy palette

 
Art Advantage Oil and Acrylic Brush Set, 24-Piece
Art Advantage Oil and Acrylic Brush Set, 24-Piece

The right tools make every job easier.

 

Upcycled DIY Home Décor Project #8 - Modern Tryptich Art

This upcycled DIY home décor project features a tryptich, which simply means three related pieces of art making up one larger piece. You can choose to make one, two, three or more related pieces of art for your project - it is your decision.

The idea is to just to free up your imagination and do something uniquely yours.

Materials Needed (Materials listed are for the tryptich shown above)

- 1/2" thick MDF, cut into three pieces of equal size

- 1" x 2" pine lumber for the frame

- Smaller wood trim to fit inside the frame (needed to span any gaps between your MDF picture and the frame)

- Paint in assorted colors (4 colors plus white, used as a base coat and for blending, were used in this example)

- Paint stir sticks

- Paint brush

- Disposable plates

- Jars and lids in assorted sizes

- Miter saw

- Wood glue

- Brad nailer or hammer and finishing nails

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A Visual Guide for the Modern Tryptich Art Project - All images courtesy of Addicted2Decorating.com

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Step 1. Measure and cut frame pieces to fit around the outside of each MDF piece.  Dry fit the frame pieces.  If gaps between the frame and MDF are evident, measure and cut smaller trim to fit inside the frame pieces, atop the MDF itself.  Once all fStep 2: Using your paint brush, apply a base coat in the paint color of your choice, in this case, white.  Allow to dry completely.Step 3: With all the MDF boards pushed tightly together and using one paint stir stick in each paint color, omitting the base color, QUICKLY drizzle paint liberally onto the boards.Step 4: Still working quickly, load your paint brush generously with the base color and use it to blend the drizzled colors, moving from the top board to the bottom.  Reload your brush with the base color and continue to blend, being careful not to oStep 5:  Slightly separate the MDF boards and allow them to dry completely.  Once dry, push the MDF boards back together for the final paint application.Step 6: Pour SMALL AMOUNTS of each color of paint, including the base color, onto individual disposable plates.  Dip different sizes of jar tops and lids into the paint, taking care not to overload the tops and lids with too much paint.  An over-abunStep 7: Gently press each lid onto the MDF boards, working in a naturally pleasing-to-the-eye pattern from left to right, top to bottom, occasionally stamping a lid where two boards meet, in order to carry the pattern from one board to the next.Step 8: Overlap the circles of paint and mix up the sizes of jar tops and lids for visual interest.  Allow the stamped circles of paint to dry completelyStep 9: Use a rag to apply a coat of wood stain to the frame and trim pieces.  Allow the stain to dry, then apply two or three thin coats of satin-finish polyurethane, allowing each coat to dry the recommended time between coats.Step 10: Attach the frame pieces to each completed MDF board with the brad nailer, being careful to nail through the frame piece into the MDF.  Use wood glue to secure the trim pieces to the frame, wiping away any excess wood glue before it dries.  A
Step 1. Measure and cut frame pieces to fit around the outside of each MDF piece.  Dry fit the frame pieces.  If gaps between the frame and MDF are evident, measure and cut smaller trim to fit inside the frame pieces, atop the MDF itself.  Once all f
Step 1. Measure and cut frame pieces to fit around the outside of each MDF piece. Dry fit the frame pieces. If gaps between the frame and MDF are evident, measure and cut smaller trim to fit inside the frame pieces, atop the MDF itself. Once all f
Step 2: Using your paint brush, apply a base coat in the paint color of your choice, in this case, white.  Allow to dry completely.
Step 2: Using your paint brush, apply a base coat in the paint color of your choice, in this case, white. Allow to dry completely.
Step 3: With all the MDF boards pushed tightly together and using one paint stir stick in each paint color, omitting the base color, QUICKLY drizzle paint liberally onto the boards.
Step 3: With all the MDF boards pushed tightly together and using one paint stir stick in each paint color, omitting the base color, QUICKLY drizzle paint liberally onto the boards.
Step 4: Still working quickly, load your paint brush generously with the base color and use it to blend the drizzled colors, moving from the top board to the bottom.  Reload your brush with the base color and continue to blend, being careful not to o
Step 4: Still working quickly, load your paint brush generously with the base color and use it to blend the drizzled colors, moving from the top board to the bottom. Reload your brush with the base color and continue to blend, being careful not to o
Step 5:  Slightly separate the MDF boards and allow them to dry completely.  Once dry, push the MDF boards back together for the final paint application.
Step 5: Slightly separate the MDF boards and allow them to dry completely. Once dry, push the MDF boards back together for the final paint application.
Step 6: Pour SMALL AMOUNTS of each color of paint, including the base color, onto individual disposable plates.  Dip different sizes of jar tops and lids into the paint, taking care not to overload the tops and lids with too much paint.  An over-abun
Step 6: Pour SMALL AMOUNTS of each color of paint, including the base color, onto individual disposable plates. Dip different sizes of jar tops and lids into the paint, taking care not to overload the tops and lids with too much paint. An over-abun
Step 7: Gently press each lid onto the MDF boards, working in a naturally pleasing-to-the-eye pattern from left to right, top to bottom, occasionally stamping a lid where two boards meet, in order to carry the pattern from one board to the next.
Step 7: Gently press each lid onto the MDF boards, working in a naturally pleasing-to-the-eye pattern from left to right, top to bottom, occasionally stamping a lid where two boards meet, in order to carry the pattern from one board to the next.
Step 8: Overlap the circles of paint and mix up the sizes of jar tops and lids for visual interest.  Allow the stamped circles of paint to dry completely
Step 8: Overlap the circles of paint and mix up the sizes of jar tops and lids for visual interest. Allow the stamped circles of paint to dry completely
Step 9: Use a rag to apply a coat of wood stain to the frame and trim pieces.  Allow the stain to dry, then apply two or three thin coats of satin-finish polyurethane, allowing each coat to dry the recommended time between coats.
Step 9: Use a rag to apply a coat of wood stain to the frame and trim pieces. Allow the stain to dry, then apply two or three thin coats of satin-finish polyurethane, allowing each coat to dry the recommended time between coats.
Step 10: Attach the frame pieces to each completed MDF board with the brad nailer, being careful to nail through the frame piece into the MDF.  Use wood glue to secure the trim pieces to the frame, wiping away any excess wood glue before it dries.  A
Step 10: Attach the frame pieces to each completed MDF board with the brad nailer, being careful to nail through the frame piece into the MDF. Use wood glue to secure the trim pieces to the frame, wiping away any excess wood glue before it dries. A

Upcycled DIY Home Décor Project #9 - Puffy Paint Art - This project works equally well with a saying as it does with an image...

I really like this upcycled DIY home décor project, most especially the subtle nature of the white-on-white pattern, ideal for most any room.

This project is easy and quick, requiring little in the way of materials, all of which appeals to my immediate gratification tendencies.

One cautionary note: Be sure to 'draw' your image on wax paper, not directly on the canvas, as the puffy paint can develop bubbles if applied right on the canvas.

Materials needed:

- Stretched canvas

- 2 bottles white Puffy Paint (If your pattern is simpler, you may only need one bottle of Puffy Paint)

- Mod Podge

- Wax Paper

- Artist's brush

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A Visual Guide to the Upcycled DIY Home Décor Project #9 - Puffy Paint Art - Images courtesy of virginiaandcharlie.blogspot.com

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Step 1: Select your desired pattern.  Tape it securely to your work surface.Step 2:   Tape a piece of wax paper over it, being careful that the wax paper is taped to the work surface to prevent shifting while you 'draw' your image with the Puffy Paint.  Trace the pattern onto the wax paper using the Puffy Paint.  Allow the p
Step 1: Select your desired pattern.  Tape it securely to your work surface.
Step 1: Select your desired pattern. Tape it securely to your work surface.
Step 2:   Tape a piece of wax paper over it, being careful that the wax paper is taped to the work surface to prevent shifting while you 'draw' your image with the Puffy Paint.  Trace the pattern onto the wax paper using the Puffy Paint.  Allow the p
Step 2: Tape a piece of wax paper over it, being careful that the wax paper is taped to the work surface to prevent shifting while you 'draw' your image with the Puffy Paint. Trace the pattern onto the wax paper using the Puffy Paint. Allow the p

Upcycled DIY Home Decor Project #10 - Gilded Leaf Art

This project can be expanded to include as many canvases as you can find leaves to gild. Or perhaps you just want one large image. The decision is yours. This upcycled DIY home décor project is a particularly flexible one which allows you to customize the colors to coordinate with your décor.

Materials needed:

- As many 18" x 18" stretched canvases as you have leaves

- Leaf or leaves of your choice

- Paint in as many background colors as canvases desired

- Chip brush for base coating

- Small artist's brush for fine paint work

- Disposable plate for each paint color

- Repositionable spray adhesive

- Metallic spray paint

- Sawtooth hangers

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A Visual Guide to the Upcycled DIY Home Décor Project #10 - Gilded Leaf Art - All images via Pinterest

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Step 1: Assemble materialsStep 2: Apply a different base coat of paint with the chip brush to each of  the stretched canvases, including the edges.Step 3: On a protected surface, spray each leaf with repositionable spray adhesive, according to the can's directions.  Apply the leaf, which will act as a stencil, to the painted canvas and smooth into position.Step 4: Spray the canvas and leaf with a coat of metallic spray paint, including the edges, then carefully remove leaf.  Allow the painted canvas to dry completely.  Install a sawtooth hanger to the back of the canvas and hang your new masterpiece!
Step 1: Assemble materials
Step 1: Assemble materials
Step 2: Apply a different base coat of paint with the chip brush to each of  the stretched canvases, including the edges.
Step 2: Apply a different base coat of paint with the chip brush to each of the stretched canvases, including the edges.
Step 3: On a protected surface, spray each leaf with repositionable spray adhesive, according to the can's directions.  Apply the leaf, which will act as a stencil, to the painted canvas and smooth into position.
Step 3: On a protected surface, spray each leaf with repositionable spray adhesive, according to the can's directions. Apply the leaf, which will act as a stencil, to the painted canvas and smooth into position.
Step 4: Spray the canvas and leaf with a coat of metallic spray paint, including the edges, then carefully remove leaf.  Allow the painted canvas to dry completely.  Install a sawtooth hanger to the back of the canvas and hang your new masterpiece!
Step 4: Spray the canvas and leaf with a coat of metallic spray paint, including the edges, then carefully remove leaf. Allow the painted canvas to dry completely. Install a sawtooth hanger to the back of the canvas and hang your new masterpiece!

Find Supplies Here for Upcycled DIY Home Décor Project #10 - Gilded Leaf Art

Supplies for Gilded Leaf Art

Art Altrn Studio Stretched Canvas 16x16
Art Altrn Studio Stretched Canvas 16x16

An ideal size for the gilded leaf art project

 
Krylon K07020007 10.25-Ounce Easy Tack Repositionable Adhesive Spray
Krylon K07020007 10.25-Ounce Easy Tack Repositionable Adhesive Spray

Using this repositionable adhesive keeps each leaf in place and releases it cleanly and easily.

 

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      Sara 7 months ago

      Sadly I used Elmer's glue for the canvas design project. Warning... don't use Elmer's glue, it turns out flat.

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      Tari 2 years ago

      Not all of These can be called upcycled, when you're purchasing new products.

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      Pam Irie 3 years ago from Land of Aloha

      This is a nice collection of DIY projects!

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      MarieLoves 3 years ago

      Great DIY ideas!

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      EmmaGraceEllis LM 3 years ago

      Modern Tryptich is amazing, it will be my first thing to attempt out of all the amazing things on here :-)

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      teelover 3 years ago

      I would try the leaf art.

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      acreativethinker 3 years ago

      These ideas are wonderful! Great lens. Thanks for sharing. :)

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      RebaC 4 years ago

      I'm going to try the Modern Tryptich Art.

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      surabhinafdey 4 years ago

      woooooowwwww.......

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      Susan Deppner 4 years ago from Arkansas USA

      Another winner, Kate! Love these DIY ideas!