For those of you who are cursed with the inability to keep anything more than a cactus alive like me (in my defense, we travel quite a bit, ha!), I’ve finally found the perfect way to add a little green to your home. Avoid anything living at all costs. It seems drastic, but we’re doing it for the benefit of the plants.
Instead, you can download these free DIY watercolor printable wall art illustrations that my friend Rong Rong whipped up. All you have to do is print, frame, and hang. It’s not exactly going to be green air quality to your home or anything, but bare walls love them.
This project is literally as easy as sticking stickers to a paper, with the exception of meticulous measuring so they’re centered and straight. If you’re wanting to create a custom shape or font, you can trace you letters/designs onto metallic gold adhesive paper and cut them out with an Xacto knife, scissors, or a cutting machine. I used a Cricut to cut mine, but you can use whatever you’d like.
I also think these would be really cute to make holiday sayings out of for budget decor for Christmas or Thanksgiving, don’t you?!
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Gold foil stickers or metallic gold adhesive paper (if you want to cut custom shapes/letters)
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Once you have to adhesive shapes, simply measure and mark the center of your print, then place them and smooth out the edges. Easy peasy!
Once you’ve saved the illustration, simply print and frame! I ended up snagging these cute gold floating frames from Target and love them.
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Sources: rejuvenation lamp // lulu & georgia metallic gold pouf and blue throw // frames from Ikea
Scissors or Xacto knife (only if you’re cutting out letters by hand instead of stickers)
I’m super into how they all turned out — the floral print definitely reminds me of toile wallpaper, which I love. Do you have a favorite print?! Be sure to show Rong Rong some love on IG!
If you’re any thing like me, you’re just as concerned about the house being in tip-top shape as you are the dinner and drinks when it comes to guests visiting for the holidays. Luckily we have DIY gold foil wall art and printables to the rescue, and they’re super quick and cheap to make, without looking… super quick and cheap to make.
Rong Rong is a Houston-based artist that normally powers out the prettiest fashion illustrations, but when she approached me about a collab, I instantly had these watercolor printables in mind. You can’t say no to a good cactus or floral print, am I right?!…
You can obviously make whatever phrases you’d like to showcase, but we stuck with some tried and true S&C favorites. When it comes to backgrounds, you can make your own, use prints you already have, or you can save and print the downloads I designed for ours!…