I decorated a wooden paint palette to hang over my crafting table as wall art. It's very simple to make and brings inspiration/color to my crafting studio!
Paint Palette Wall Art
This is an easy basic crafting technique, but here's a video that shows how I made it, or you can keep scrolling for instructions.
Using a ruler I made a line to make sure my letters came out straight.
I drew my letters and drip design.
I added 2mm pink rhinestones when I first started, but I end up glittering over this with silver glitter.
I used Mod Podge and loose glitter to color in the drip design I drew on the palette.
1.) Add the Mod podge to one drip design, and then sprinkle the glitter onto that before moving on to the next.
2.) Try and glue within the lines of your design so you don't get glitter in sections you don't want.
3.) Place a piece of paper under the design to catch the fallout after each glitter application. (Place back in glitter container before starting the next design)
I decided at the end that I wanted silver letters instead of pink rhinestones. I just added Mod Podge to the rhinestones and added the silver glitter on top.
Lastly, I sealed it with a clear spray sealer. I love looking at it over my crafting table. It's a fun wall art project that brings inspiration and color to my art studio. Remember that you can use any design and any colors you want to match your decor.