Today we’re showing you just how simple it is to make your own wall décor. Ever since we made these little Scandi-inspired trees and our Scandi house and greenery wreath, we’ve been dreaming up other ways to use chipboard for our DIY home décor projects. Because chipboard is pretty plain on its own, our designer Meagan came up with these chipboard and yarn wall hangings for you to create at home. Aren’t they gorgeous?
Our chipboard and yarn wall hangings combine two different materials. The chipboard gives this wall hanging a sturdy, neutral surface for the message. And then the yarn adds rich texture and a soft, serene look.
There are three different designs for you to choose from in the template below: stay wild, sweet dreams, and make your own magic. Our tutorial today shows you how to make the “stay wild” wall hanging, but you can use our pictures as a guide if you like the other yarn designs. It’s mostly just a matter of how you trim your yarn!
We recommend using a Cricut Maker to cut your chipboard since the material is pretty thick and the designs are intricate. However, if you do want to cut these by hand, we’ve included a PDF template for you below. Both the PDF and the SVG file included all three designs.
Once you’re ready to craft these chipboard and yarn wall hangings, just follow the steps below. And if you have any questions for us about this DIY craft, let us know in the comments. Happy home crafting! ~ Lia and team
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- Chipboard — Cricut Heavy Chipboard 2mm
- Yarn — Knit Picks Mighty Stitch Super Bulky Cream, Canary, Spruce, and Silver
- Cotton Rope — 4mm
How to Make Chipboard and Yarn Wall Hangings
- Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the pattern below.
- Cut chipboard according to template notes, using your Cricut Maker. Set the image to mirror before cutting.
- Trim about 12 pieces of yarn—18 inches in length each. Fold them in half and place the folded yarn through the bottom space in the artwork, tying a larks head knot with each piece.
- Continue doing this until you fill the entire bottom space of the chipboard with the yarn.
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