Humorous DIY Wall Art Projects

Whether you’re moving into a new home or just looking for redecorating a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, hall, or other room, these 101 of the finest ideas for DIY wall arts have been chosen for you to really use as inspiration for your own creations. The very best thing about these wall decor ideas is that they are so easy and inexpensive to put together that you can do them all yourself without needing a professional in the business. Many people have found that the cost savings and hassle-free results make these DIY ideas well worth the investment. There is no need to pay an interior designer; simply choose from the ideas below and get to work. Your new wall decor can be put in place in no time at all.

This is an extremely simple way to get some DIY wall arts for yourself. The first thing that you will want to do is to select a piece of artwork that you absolutely love, and then take it to your local store for a purchase. Most art centers and craft stores carry a selection of gorgeous artwork for a fraction of what you would pay at an art store, and you will have to pay attention to the sales clerks to determine which pieces are available. Sometimes they have to limit the selection to keep down costs. Nonetheless, this is an incredibly simple way to pick up some wall art that you personally love.

If you love star gazing, then this would be a fun project for you. All you will need for this project is a sheet of plywood, star cut out, paper, glue, pencils, and raffia for embellishments. You can use just about anything to create your star gazing wall art. You could cut out black plastic Stars to stick on the wall with paperboard borders for an edgy design, you could use a variety of different colored board paper with stars printed on it, or create a collage of different pieces of paper and glitter by folding it in half and placing it on the wall.

Another fun project for the DIY enthusiast is making some unique and personalized wall art with colored pencils and hanging plates. If you would like to make a collage of several photos then all you will need is a large sheet of colored paper, a pair of sharp scissors, and your favorite photograph. Use the sheets of paper and put the photos one at a time on the sheet. Next, arrange the photographs in a random pattern on the top sheet of colored paper, using contrasting colors between the photos.

For something like a star filled wall, you could use star cut outs, cardboard pieces, colorful construction paper, glitter, and anything else that would look good. Then you can glue the pieces together with raffia or beaded raffia. You could also use something like glow-in-the-dark stars, or stars made from melted chocolate or wax. Make sure you take lots of pictures so you can get a good idea of what would look best.

These are some of my favorites because they are extremely simple, yet they are also incredibly beautiful. For a simple and sweet project that anyone can do, why not paint a mural on the back of a cork board? This would look amazingly simple, yet the end result would look amazingly beautiful. For this project, all you will need are some cheap board, some paint, a cork board, and some sand paper. Of course you will also need some fabric paint and cork wall art embellishments, such as stickers, ribbons, and hooks.

If you would like something like a solar calendar for your wall, then all you will need is a blank cork board, some paper, some beads, some scissors, and paint. You can make it as complex or as simple as you want with it. For example, you can have it say, “The New Year is Coming!” or something like that. It could also say, “A Christmas Story,” or anything else you’d like.

The next DIY mural I am going to show you is one that I made for my boyfriend. This is one that he absolutely loves, and he really likes hanging out at the basement apartment we have. All I did was find some cardboard cutouts of people in different poses, and I cut them out with a jigsaw. Then I put them in different positions. There are a ton of different poses, but in the end, my boyfriend’s cork wall art would look something like this: