This looks amazing, but it's really not that hard to do. The big trick is to make sure you know where you want different colors to appear in the design. And you can make it much more simple or complicated than this if you want.
The strings of fairy lights can be attached to the wall, and then you can use the clips that come with them to hang photographs between the lights. This is a fun and easy way to displaysome photos or clippings.
This is a quick and easy tutorial on how to get a true foil look when you add metallic foil to your art prints. You'll need an affordable laminator and a laser printer, but if you don't have the printer, you can always use Staples for printing.
This is a simple painting style anyone can do. You don't need talent or an eye for art. You just need a to follow this tutorial, and you'll have a piece of wall art that catches the eye and brings life to a blank wall without being too distracting.
This is an easy way to put seashells on a corkboard decorated with burlap or some other material, add some decorations, frame it and there you go. This creates a really soothing looking beach-themed piece of wall art.
Bleeding tissue paper is a technique used to create art. In this case, you use it to make a lovely picture of birds sitting on branches. You wet the tissue paper so that its color bleeds, and this makes it look like a watercolor, even though there's actually no paint at all.
Make beautiful wall hangings with this process of heat transferring ink onto fleece. This tutorial is for making embroidery hoop decor to hang, but you could also make it work with cloth on canvas or even cloth surrounded by a pre-cut art mat.
This tutorial shows you how to fake a Impressionist piece by painting from a photograph. It's not for someone who's never painted anything before, but it's absolutely not something that requires a strong background in painting. Think Bob Ross for an idea of the level of difficulty.
This is a brilliantly simple piece of wall art. It's driftwood, arranged and sometimes painted, onto a piece of plywood. It's more complicated than you might think at first, but the result is well worth it.
If you can paint something lovely on a canvas, or if you have a canvas painting you've been thinking of getting framed, know the frame is not necessary. You can hang an unframed canvas so that it looks beautiful in your home.