Are you looking for a way to spruce up your space but stay on budget? DIY wall art is an awesome way to change the look of your space without breaking the bank! And acrylic pouring is one of my favorite mediums because you can customize it completely to your liking and you don’t need to be an artistic genius with years of practice under your belt to make something beautiful. Now that’s not to say that you can’t get better with practice, but I’ve been amazed at what you can make with this art form, even as a novice.
What style of acrylic pouring is right for your DIY wall art?
So you’re considering making some acrylic pouring DIY wall art for your home, now it’s time to figure out what style suits you and your space. Lucky for you, I did an acrylic pouring color theory 30-day video series where I featured a different color scheme in each video and also a different acrylic pouring technique.
This library of videos that I’ve created is an awesome place for you to dive down the rabbit hole of acrylic pouring to find out exactly what you want for your DIY wall art, or at least this list gives you a fantastic jumping-off point, because really this art form can be addictive and there truly are endless possibilities.
Check out my Youtube channel for all the videos, and subscribe to see my new ones as soon as they’re released. I try to add a new project every week!
Each of these techniques is linked to a post where you can find the video, the paints I used, the color scheme, and any other pertinent project info.
Flip-cup Pour (Day 2 and Day 13) (This is one of my favorite techniques, so I did it twice in the series.)
Go Forth and Create!
Try something new and have some fun with acrylic pouring while getting yourself some new DIY wall art! You might just become hooked and have to make some for every room in your house!
If acrylic pouring IS your jam, don’t forget to check out the whole acrylic pouring section of Homebody Hall as well as my Youtube channel! Happy pouring!
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