DIY Felt Wall Art

While I love to craft as a family, it’s also nice to have some “just me” time to get creative and make meaningful décor for the home or even gifts… When I have the time that is. If you are a crafter you probably have all the materials on hand, but even if not, you can pick felt, hot glue and cardstock up at any local craft store. Here’s the finished product…

DIY Felt Wall Art for Kids Rooms | Tamera Mowry
Isn’t this saying so cute for a kid’s room?

Here’s what you do…
DIY Felt Wall Art for Kids Rooms | Tamera Mowry

Supplies
Different colored felt
Hot glue + gun
1 piece of cardstock
Photo frame

DIY Felt Wall Art for Kids Rooms | Tamera Mowry

Instructions
1. Cut out letters. Test a few to make sure they’ll fit within the frame. Use the first letter as a template for the size of all the others.
2. Arrange the letters on your piece of cardstock to test how they’ll look.
3. Get gluing. Hot glue can easily seep through the felt so keep it as minimal as possible. If it’s going in a frame, you won’t have a problem with letters falling off or anything.

DIY Felt Wall Art for Kids Rooms | Tamera Mowry

Let dry and frame!

Where would you display this print?