Easy DIY Iron Wall Art
Sometimes, you may want to go with the trend of beautifying your home with an iron wall art, but you don’t have money get an already made one in the store. You may not have the money to get that iron or tin sculpture or wall fixtures, or you may be the artsy type of person that loves to get his or her and dirty and Do It Yourself.
You are in luck, as we are going to show you how to get a faux iron artwork with easy household objects. Note that this faux iron art is made of wood, but can pass off as an iron artwork.
What Is Needed?
Toilet tissue roll,
3/8″ wooden slats,
Black Spray Paint,
You can use other materials in other variation of the faux iron wall art. If you are the artsy person, doing this will leave you both excited and with a gorgeous faux iron wall art.
Step 1: Look For A Design
It is easy to get a design online. On the internet, you will see thousands of designs easily. Opt for the one that speaks to you. Once you have chosen the design that you prefer, have it recreated on cardboard.
You can decide to go to an online store that sells wall art painting and choose a design from there, of you, are confused.
Step 2: Start Your Frame 1
It’s at this stage that you start creating your wooden frames by adding the glue to 4 10″ slats. Have the frames reinforced with a stapler. You can make a size based on what you want. Make use of the slat as a form of measurement cut strips.
Go on to have one toilet roll folded, and cut into four petals. Go ahead to cute 4″ strips of cardboard, and have a slot cut in the middle.
Get the strips interlocked, then gum the petals. Place it in the middle of the frame, sitting on the Styrofoam’s top.
Measure another set of equal strips, and link to the frame, the center design using the strips. Take the strips originating from the toilet roll, and curve its edges in a spiral form. Glue them based on your chosen picture.
If the board is hard, dip it in water for a few seconds, then remove it quickly, and roll using a pencil.
Once done with the frame, you can have it sprayed with black metallic paint.
Step 3: Creating the Frame 2
Repeat step 2, but you can make the design stronger by lacing it with glue. With these guidelines, you can easily fool anyone into believing that it’s a wrought iron design.
Step 4: Bask In The Glory Of Your Faux Metal Wall Art
You can easily repeat the process and create many metal wall arts. You will leave a lot of people, thinking that they are real.