DIY Modern and Geogmetrical Wall Ornament
DIY Geometrical Wall Ornament
Hey Guys and welcome to another new blog post! And what have I done this week? I find it difficult to describe what I made and that’s why it is also quite a mouthful! A modern wooden and geometric wall ornament …. If someone can come up with a nice name / title for this creation, I would love to hear it!
In the previous blog post I showed you how I made a nice drawing on a tile. This time I have expanded that DIY slightly by adding more elements to it. This creation can hang and you can easily make it very personal. Another great idea is perhaps to give it a Christmas theme! replace the black and white rope with red & white and draw on the tiles for example geometric snowflakes or several antlers of deer! Or let your children draw on it, then it is most likely extra artistic;) Do whatever you like!
I have chosen for something more timeless and have therefore chosen birds and mountains. That fits together right? There will be plenty of opportunities and it is therefore always unique!
What do you need?
- Underlayment plate (30×30 cm)
- White tiles (praxis)
- Porcelain pens/markers
- Sturdy rope
- Small nails
- Wood glue
How do you make it?
- Start by cutting a piece of wood to the size 30×30. I have used the wood type underlayment but that is of course not essential.
- Sand the wood with sandpaper and mark the points where you want to attach the hooks/hanging brackets. Make sure they hang symmetrically.
- Attach the hooks with the nails and perhaps a drop of wood glue. Be careful and ensure that the nails are no longer than the thickness of the wood.
- Cut a piece of rope to the length on which you like it and attach it to the brackets with a knot.
- Then get started with the tiles by drawing a nice own creation on it!
- Allow the tiles to dry and, if necessary, put them in the oven for a while. Then stick the tiles on the wood by smearing enough wood glue onto the back of the tiles.
- Hang your creation in a beautiful place and enjoy!
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