With spring finally approaching it’s always a good idea to do some spring cleaning, and I don’t just mean vacuuming up year old dust bunnies. Us teens are growing and changing every day, sometimes the decor we liked a year ago, isn’t our style now. The spring is a great time to go through your room and donate your unwanted decor, and get creative to make some more! Today I’m going to show you how to make this gorgeous DIY Yarn Wall Hanging for just three dollars! It’s so simple, but it looks amazing. Don’t spend too much money on store bought decor when you can make DIY wall art way cheaper. This is a great tutorial for easy teen room decor, or even make it as a gift for an upcoming friends’ birthday!
Check Out How To Make This Glitter Canvas Art Too!
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Here is what you will need to create your very own DIY yarn wall hanging:
- 10-inch metal hoop
You will want to start by cutting 12 pieces of yarn about 6 feet long each. Fold one of them in half and place the metal hoop over top.
Place the ends of the yarn through the loop of yarn above the hoop. Pull tight! Then bring it directly across the hoop and tie a knot at the other end.
Do this for the first 6 pieces all right next to each other. Then turn the hoop so that they are diagonal and add the other 6 using the same method so that they cross over the others.
I told you it was easy! You may be intimidated at first, but once you get the hang of it, it’s actually pretty fun to make. One thing I love about projects like these is that you can personalize them however you like by spray painting the hoop or using your favorite color of yarn. You won’t be sorry if you decide to make this cute wall art, and I doubt it will grow out of your style anytime soon.