To be honest, this sequin wall art is so quick and easy, I almost feel guilty sharing it as a DIY. Maybe I should call it a hack?
I needed something to make my guest bedroom look slightly less bare because I had visitors coming. So I came up the idea for this sequin wall art, which I made in a hurry because if I don’t leave everything to the last minute, who am I??!! It took almost no time at all and I had all of the materials in my craft drawer.
I love how it turned out. It adds a great pop of colour to the walls and as a fan of sparkles and sequins, I’m couldn’t be happier!
Supplies for Sequin Wall Art
- Acrylic paint
- Masking tape
- Tacky Glue
- Sequins (Loose)
Method for Sequin Wall Art
Paint your canvas with the base colour of your choice, I chose aqua. Leave it to dry.
When the paint is dry, use the masking tape to create a pattern. You could use a pattern like I did or a geometric pattern would look great too.
Cover the canvas with the tacky glue, I did one half of the canvas at a time because I was paranoid about the glue drying before I had a chance to stick the sequins on.
Sprinkle the sequins over the glued area as thick as you would like it. Repeat on the other half.
When you have the canvas totally covered in glue and sequins, remove the masking tape. Don’t wait until everything is dry as your lines won’t be crisp and it will be more difficult to remove.
Leave your sequin wall art to dry and you are done! I told you it was easy and quick!
If you make this sequin wall art or you have any other DIY wall art ideas be sure to share it with me on my social medias with the #Procrastimake. You never know, we could be so inspired that we won’t have a bare wall left in our houses!