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Today’s craft project is perfect for anyone who loves geometric decor—or wants some interesting and unique wall art for their home. Why buy it when you can make it yourself, right? Our geometric wall hanging is simple, yet stunning. And it’s such an easy craft, too.
We also love that it’s another chipboard project! Our designer Meagan is the queen of transforming chipboard into beautiful home decor. And today we’re going to show you just how simple it is to make this piece of hanging art for your home.
Our geometric wall hanging is made up of chipboard, foil iron-on, and wooden beads all strung together. We wanted to create a metallic look, so we chose a pretty rose gold color. Cricut has a lot of different foil options, though, so choose whatever color you like best!
Once you have all of your tools and materials ready, just follow the tutorial below. And if you have any questions, let us know! It only takes six steps to recreate this geometric wall hanging, so it should be an easy-peasy project. Since it’s made out of chipboard, it will be much easier to use your Cricut Maker for this craft. However, you could also use a detail knife with our PDF template.
We also have lots of other wall hangings that you can browse through! Our most recent wall hanging involved yarn as well as chipboard. So if you like the idea of adding a soft, cozy feel to one of the rooms in your home, check out our chipboard and yarn wall hangings.
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How to Make a Geometric Wall Hanging
- Gather tools and materials above. Then download the pattern for the geometric shapes at the end of this post.
- Cut shapes from chipboard according to template notes, using a Cricut Maker or a detail knife.
- Cut iron-on according to template notes using the Cricut Maker; then weed out the design.
- Use an iron to adhere the iron-on to its matching piece of chipboard. Apply iron-on to both sides.
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