Update your Walls and Holiday Decor with these gorgeous Moroccan Inspired Wall Arts using a few simple Supplies.
These Wall Arts turned out so cute and they were honestly so easy to make as well. It took me about 30 minutes from start to finish and this will look great for your Home Decor be it Eid Decor, Ramdan, or any Holiday that you are celebrating for that matter.
The use of the Glitter Cardstock is what makes this so festive in my opinion.
If you loved this Moroccan Inspired Wall Art then I am 100 percent sure you will love this DIY Anthropologie Inspired Vase Makeover which goes so well with this Moroccan theme.
Materials Needed to Create DIY Moroccan Wall Art
Tutorial For DIY Moroccan Wall Art
So for this project, you could start off with a plain Canvas but if you are like my thrifty and frugal. I went ahead and update old picture frames that were in my house, not being used at all.
You can see some sort of herringbone pattern was created on it a while but they needed an upgrade now.
The thing I liked about these frames was that they were Gold Painted Frames.
The first step was to paint the Wall Arts. I just used leftover Acrylic Paint and painted one a light blue color and the other a light green color.
It needed two coats to cover all the Herringbone Design going on in the background.
So I had a variety of Glitter Cardstock to play around with but I chose two colors which were only Purple and Pink.
The design was pretty simple and straight forward to cut out as well.
To create the Moroccan Cutout first of all you need to draw out a square on a piece of paper. From that point you need to draw out four triangle on each side of the square.
And that was it! Cut out the stencil and trace it onto the backside of the Card Stock so you can start cutting out the design.
Depending on the size of your Canvas or Wall Hanging you will need to gauge how many pieces of cardstock you need.
For instance, I needed three complete Cutouts which I placed in the Middle of the Wall Art.
I used Glue, any kind of glue will work for this project and just press it down firmly onto the Wall Hanging.
And now I needed to fill the sides as they were really bare.
For that, I cut out two more pieces and split them in half and glue on each side.
Lastly, the corners of the Wall Art I wanted to fill out for which I split one cutout four ways so it could be glued onto all four corners of the Wall Hanging.
And that was it.
Such a Simple, Easy and Quick DIY Wall Art Idea.
What do you guys think?
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This is such a great way to decorate your home for Ramadan or Eid and in that spirit, I decided to create a fun, colorful Table Scape setting just to get into the spirit of it as well.