How to Make Modern Deco Geometric Wall Prints
Give your home a mini-makeover with this super-easy geometric wall art project using the NEW Modern Deco papers from Papermania. We’ve made A4 pieces of wall art, however yours could be any size you like, just die-cut fewer (or more) shapes. Nesting die sets have been used to create our pieces of wall art, however if you’ve not got a die cutting machine you could hand-cut the shapes or even use your digital cutting machine.
Project by Ellie Berry
1. Select a range of papers from the Modern Deco paper pad and divide them into three colour schemes, blue, teal and pink.
2. Take a black A4 sheet of card, and lightly draw a pencil line down the centre, leaving a 1cm gap from the edge of the paper at either end of the line – this will be your guide for positioning the shapes.
3. Using one set of coloured papers, die cut various sized shapes using a nesting die set – we’ve used circles, diamonds and hexagons.
4. Place the two biggest shapes in the middle of the paper and adhere using a glue stick. Layer the other shapes on top, alternating between paper designs, sticking these into place with a glue stick also.
5. Repeat the same process with the other shaped die cuts and coloured papers.
6. Once all three are complete, add into an A4 frame and hang in pride of place in your home.