Are you stuck in a decor rut? Too late to have Christmas decorations up and not early enough for Easter or spring? Then I'm here to bring you out of it! I'm going to be sharing with you a easy, simple DIY that can spruce up any dorm, bedroom or office and give it some style and life! Today's DIY is a washi tape gallery wall!
This might be the easiest DIY I've ever done. Anyone can do, it's completely foolproof. So what do you need to create this instant gallery wall? You're going to need wall prints, washi tape and scissors. That's it, how simple! I found all my gallery prints from my Pinterest quotes and artwork boards and my tumblr. |I put it in archive mode so it'd be easier to scroll through and see all my photos.| Just scroll through until you find some you love, save to your computer, print, cut and hang! It's that simple! This took me about a half an hour or so to do from start to finish.
This DIY is perfect for dorm rooms because you don't have to nail anything to the wall, which can be kinda tricky. You create your 'frames' using any kind of washi tape. I found all my washi tape at Target in their $1 section but you can find it pretty much anywhere.
Here are some other gallery walls which I'm loving!
You can do traditional 'frames' or come up with ones on your own! You can be as creative as you want! You can do inspirational quotes or watercolors/drawings,Polaroids/Instagrams, wall prints, or whatever else your heart desires. I love the endless possibilities of creativity with this and that anyone can do it! No crafty experiences required! :)
What do you think of my DIY washi tape gallery wall? Will you be trying it out? Love it, loathe it? Leave me a comment sharing your thoughts! :)
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