Because I have white walls (and love them endlessly!), I often find small ways to dress them up every now and then. It’s the perfect way for me to temporarily brighten my space without investing in wallpaper or a bold paint color I might hate in a few weeks. (Anyone else out there an incredibly fickle decorator in this way?)
Naturally, this DIY confetti wall project found in Beci Oprin’s book Find & Keep is the perfect easy solution for a rainy day afternoon. Wouldn’t it be fun to enlist the help of your family and friends to create one giant wall of fun? Here’s how:
Simply cut out each circle using a template provided and some colored cardstock (or any multi-colored paper stack!). Then let your imagination run wild and get to work creating a random array of colored dots on your walls. Hint: Use Blu Tack or reusable putty to ensure your paint doesn’t peel when you’re ready to revert back to confetti-less walls!
So easy, yes? The look would be perfect for your next party, or let’s face it – any time you’d like to have some serious fun on your walls. Happy confetti-ing!
Images via Wee Birdy
p.s. Once you’ve mastered the confetti wall, why not give the paint chip wall a go?