There’s no denying that a piece of great wall art can really lift a room. Wall space is often overlooked, but hanging something up can be a really easy and inexpensive way to add a pop of colour!
Today, our crafty team are going to show you how to create a paper wall hanging. Really simple to make with just a few folds and some strips of paper, this is a really simple craft that can make a big impact.
We used the amazing new Paper Addicts Colour Pop 12” x 12” paper pad for this papercraft project and we think you’ll agree, it results in a really eye-catching DIY wall hanging.
You can see how we created it here.
What do you think to our DIY paper wall hanging? Will be you be giving this a try? Don’t forget to leave us a comment below and to upload your makes to the Inspiration area so that we can see them!
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