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diy summer string art

I know what you are going to say: the last month of summer has come and we don’t have much of it left, but let’s enjoy it like it is never going to end! So today I’m sharing some cool summer-inspired DIYs – they’ll help add to your favorite time of year. String art pieces have become a huge decor trend, and if you like them as much as I do, you’ll love these amazing summer string art pieces and get inspiration to make one or more. This is a super cute and easy way to add a stylish piece of art to your home without breaking the bank. Forget about using string art with nails and a piece of wood, hammer and saw off your pretty little fingers! Let’s take a look at what we need to inspire you.

What can be more summer than a beautiful cactus? Follow the instructions to create this cool cactus piece of art, and you can do it on a chalkboard to leave some messages under the cactus. The craft is not difficult and won’t take much time.

Not only is this gorgeous tropical leaf made using the string technique, it is also ombre to show off all the beauty of the leaf. The colors are chosen so carefully that this sheet appears to be a real one! Try making your own using the tutorial.

If you’re a boho and a free spirited person, you might like this idea: a feather artwork. The feather is held in white on a rough, dark piece of wood, which together looks heavenly.

This is another feather string work of art that looks no worse than the previous one, but here you can see a different outline, pearly colored strings, and some noticeable wood that isn’t that dark. And of course it looks great!

Make a beautiful and large string work of art with the word SUMMER – what could be better to improve your mood, even if it’s autumn? The piece is made of a yellow string, but you can switch to any other color you like or that symbolizes summer for you.

Here is another cactus string art – this one is big and blooming! I love the color combination and the look of the big cactus on the board, do you? Do you feel inspired to do the same?

String Art is back on a big way! Combine it with the cactus and succulent trend and you have the perfect idea for a cactus party decor! It’s that simple and can be easily created on a number of surfaces with just a few household items. This project is so easy and makes a great interactive party activity too – and this cactus is super cute!

These prank arts can be done with kids and make a cool activity for them! There are different patterns and many colors to try out. Be careful with your nails.

This string wall art is made in all the colors of the rainbow! His word DREAM is an amazing motivator for every season and occasion, not just summer. And these colors will definitely lift the mood!

Butterflies are really cute, they are not just summery, this is a great print and they will look for any girly space – from the littlest ones to the grown up girls! Do this beautiful blue butterfly string art and beautify your girlish room with this chic piece!

Rustic style with a shabby chic feel definitely has charm. Barns are an indispensable part of rustic life and today they are used not only for hay or animals, but also for houses, garden houses and other things. Every barn has that special feeling of comfort: warm wood with rusty influences creates cosiness and joy, regardless of the design. I think this is the main reason barn wood is so popular today, and of course the shabby chic style comes first. So worn barn wood is just the thing to add cozier to your interior.

You don't have to look for real barn wood to make furniture or wall art. You can always take the usual wood and use some finishes to achieve this look. There are plenty of DIY enthusiasts out there explaining how to weather or weigh down the wood to get a barn-inspired look and I've prepared the easiest, most budget-friendly ideas for you. There are colors, surfaces and waxes that change the look of the wood and your choice depends only on the effect you want to achieve: dark wood, distressed, almost white wood, weathered wood or something else. Every project is about the same things: sanding and staining or painting then you can use a dust to add some effects or not. After the wood dries, you can use it to make a door, clock, table, chair, wall art, frame, and other things that come to mind. Read the tutorials below and choose the best option!

DIY faux reclaimed barn wood boards

Faux barn wood finish

DIY weathered wood stain

DIY Age Barnwood Tutorial

DIY aging wood surface

Finish DIY farmhouse style

How to achieve a weathered paint look

Faux planked look for table tops

DIY rustic coconut oil finish

How to color wood to look rustic and weathered

How to make a new wood look old

How to weather wood

DIY gray wash wood finish

How to age wood with paint and stain

DIY barn boards colors

Faux reclaimed plank tabletop

DIY color wash paint

DIY faux barnwood stain

Faux barn wood painting tutorial

How to torture wood

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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