So I had been wanting to do some sort of feature wall in my craft room but it took me forever to decide what to do. I mean, I’ve already done stenciling, stripes, chevron, and just plain colors. So it basically boiled down to wallpaper until I looked at the prices and thought better of it. Finally I settled on doing a wall with some dimension – in the form of wood! And it is subtle which I love but it definitely adds some fun to the room as well.
- Balsa wood //
- Scissors //
- Pencil //
1. Trace any shape of your choosing (I did a triangle since it is so easy) on the balsa wood and cut it out. Use this one as your template for all of the others.
2. Continue cutting out the triangles until you have enough for your wall. I did two balsa boards of triangles and the number will depend on how much you want on your wall/s.
3. Hang up the triangles in whatever pattern you want. I did each one about a foot apart, alternating rows. I used plain tape to hang these up because the wood is so light.
This would be great in any room except possibly a nursery – you don’t want a baby or toddler grabbing these little things off the wall!