here are a ton of DIY backsplash ideas - https://www.charlestoncrafted.com/kitchen-backsplash-ideas/
Hello. Here are some links that might be helpful.
17 DIY-Inspiring Kitchen Backsplashes | Hometalk
Additionally—Have you thought about searching the visuals on Pinterest or Houzz for inspiration? There is a wealth of ideas and visual inspiration there for your consideration. That might lead you to decide on an design idea or theme. After that I’ll be assembling materials and starting your project.
I love this idea, which should be fairly simple to make.
Hi Sherry, pebble tiles would look lovely as a backsplash in a bathroom. We used them to tile our patio wall and the pebble tiles withstand the elements beautifully so it should last a long time in a bathroom too. You can see that tutorial here - https://acraftymix.com/blog/tile-patio-wall-diy/ If you're looking for something a little more traditional one of these hometalk tutorials may inspire you - https://www.hometalk.com/search/all?filter=bathroom%20backsplash
Pinterest has lots to to offer:
You can always go to Habit for Humanity Restore. They sell tiles at 5c-15c a tile. Floor and Decor has subway tiles for .25c a tile.
Lots of ideas from Hometalkers:
This is helpful https://www.thespruce.com/about-the-bathroom-backsplash-1821318
Sheet Masonite cut to size and any Contact Paper or Fabric you most like.
If using fabric you'll need Glue for the Backside.
At that stage you may as well stuff it too.