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Quick & Easy Fabric Wall Art Home Decor Ideas


How to Make DIY Fabric Wall Art Tutorial |

Want to know how to make fabric wall art to spice up a boring wall? I’m sure you’re seeing a lot of them everywhere; this crafts project is bigger than milk nowadays. Wall art ideas that takes just a few minutes to make. It makes a great home decorating idea you can do in a budget!

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If you’re looking for cheap and easy DIY home decor, this would be it. Sometimes, I’m just not satisfied with the home decoration that I have. I like to switch it up from time to time and I’m constantly looking for DIY craft projects that will spruce up my home. So when I came across this  DIY fabric wall art, I knew I just had to make it.


It only takes a few minute of your time and if you get bored, just take some new fabric and remove the old. It’s that easy and budget-friendly too. So what are we waiting for, let’s begin making this super quick and easy DIY craft project!




Materials you’ll need for the fabric wall art:

  •  20×25 inch cork board
  • fabric (any color and design)
  • staple gun and staples



Step 1


Measure your fabric and cut it. You’ll need about two inches of allowance from the edge of the canvas. Be sure that the backside of the fabric is facing you. Lay it out flat, avoiding any wrinkles.

Tip: Always measure the material you are going to cover then measure your fabric. This will ensure that it will be have full coverage.

Step 2

Take your cork board and center it on your fabric. Be sure that the allowances you left are spaced out evenly.

Step 3

Begin by stapling the center of each side. Repeat this on all sides. Starting from the center will ensure that your fabric won’t get wrinkly once you’re done. Then go around the edges pulling the fabric away from you as you staple. This will make our finished product nice and stretched.

Step 4


When you reach the corner, fold the end of the fabric (like how you would wrap a gift) then staple it in place. Be sure that you get all the fabric when you do this. Repeat it for all four corners and continue stapling on all the edges.

Hanging Tip: Take some string and staple it at the back as you’re doing the edges. When you’re ready, hang and admire your craft work! 

And you’re done!

Wasn’t that fastest wall art home decor you ever made? And the best part is you can easily customize it to fit your taste and to follow any trends without breaking the bank. Make a bunch and decorate every room in your home!

You can use almost anything for this fabric wall art. In case you don’t have a cork board or don’t want to use one, you can get creative by using a blank canvas or even Styrofoam. And it’s not only the materials you’d like to cover that you can change, you can also use different kinds of fabric too. You can try using a pillow case cover to match your bedroom design, napkins for your kitchen or even assorted colorful bandanas for your kid’s bedroom. The possibilities are endless. It’s such a cool DIY project I’m sure I’ll be making a lot of times!


If you’d like to watch how this easy fabric wall art was made, check this out from Make:

Did you enjoy our tutorial on how to make fabric wall art? Let us know in the comments section below what your thoughts are on this home decorating idea. Do you have any other craft project you’d like to share? Share it with us and we’ll give it a try. We love doing cool DIY projects by making craft projects, home decor projects, upcycling ideas, recipes, tutorials and anything you can do yourself. That’s why we created this site, we want people to be more in touch with their creative side and realize that there’s a lot of things that they can do themselves. We’d love to hear from you and create a community of DIY enthusiasts where any project is just a click away. Stay connected with us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram!


Want more home decorating ideas you can make? Check out our previous posts:

How To Create A Pallet Wood Wall Art Sign

DIY Vintage Americana Wall Art Map

How To Make Wall Art With A Large Stencil


  1. Using 3 20×25 will not give you the effect that you have pictured. The canvases in the photo are at least 12×38, a big difference.

  2. Please remove the title slide to this story. The photo you’ve used is the property of The Dow Chemical Company and you do not have permission to edit this image and feature it as your own. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Thank you.

  3. Hi Rynna, This is a second request to remove your title slide! You are using an image that is owned by The Dow Chemical Company as a title slide for this feature. Please remove this image ASAP. Thank you.

  4. The wall art is so beautiful and like the lady said it can be changed. Matter of fact, would not necessarily need to have new stuff just change from room to room, it’ll still be different

    • Good call Carolyn. Art can cycle throughout the whole house for variety, (and it’s 100% FREE to do)!


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