Create a gorgeous Wall Art with this simple DIY using colorful Yarn and a thrifted Picture Frame and add a bright pop of color to your Walls and Home Decor.
I love creating projects using Yarn as it adds such a beautiful texture and interesting element to any DIY project.
Besides using it on lamp makeovers I recently just used some colorful Yarn with Resin and updated a thrifted tray.
I have to stay it surely is one of a kind DIY project and looks absolutely stunning.
But back to today’s little Yarn Wall Art creation which is also part of this months “At Home DIY Challenge” where each month myself and several other bloggers create DIY projects around certain themes.
This months theme is Creative Wall Challenge and I thought why not update a thrifted picture frame but with a fun twist.
I have used Yarn previously to make a Wall Art and you can check out my Pom Pom Wall Art Decoration post but the one I made today is very different then the one I made previously as it also functioned as an Earring Display.
Besides Wall Arts this fun centerpiece Idea where I repurposed Empty Bottles with Yarn in an ombre effect is also a great Idea.
But enough of talking and let’s jump into how to make DIY Yarn Wall Art
Materials Needed for DIY Yarn Wall Art
Tutorial for DIY Yarn Wall Art
This DIY Yarn Wall Art is honestly a super simple DIY as it literally requires only a couple of supplies basically just four things in total.
I started off with this Black Plain Picture Frame.
I decided to keep it in its original color and to not paint it as I was going to be using a lot of bright colors on it eventually.
These were the colors of Yarn I was going to use on the Picture Frame more specifically the hot pink, neon green, light blue and dark blue.
To create the hanging Yarn effect, measure the Picture Frame with one Yarn String and add couple more inches before you fold that string in half.
Place the folded piece of Yarn onto the picture frame in such a way that the other side closed side creates a loop.
Place the two open sides of the string inside of the loop.
When the two strings are inside of the loop just pull them down and you will have created a simple easy knot that will keep the Yarn in place.
Keep on doing this until one side of the picture frame is covered.
You can alternate between the colors of Yarn or you can keep it all one color as well.
When you will have tied all the Yarn onto the frame you will notice how uneven the bottom edges are and that is when you decide what sort of shape you want your Yarn Wall Hanging to have.
It could be as simple as a straight line or a diagonal line or like I did which is almost like an upside down triangle.
Just tape the Yarn in the shape you want it to end up and with a pair of scissors snip the excess yarn off.
Such a difference it makes when the Yarn has gotten a good ol’ trim.
The final step is to attach the frame back onto the original structure and insert into it a fun vibrant artwork.
I painted a quick geometric pattern using the same exact colors as the Yarn I had used and insert it into the frame.
And there you have it. All Done.