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Today’s project is number three from my upcoming Gallery Wall post. I love the whole black, white and gold trend and I wanted to add a monogram to the mix.
And just like the other wall art projects in the series, I already had a thrift store press board picture that I painted over and added a cardstock letter. Super easy project~ Here’s how I did it!
Black White Gold Monogram Wall Art
- Canvas or other pic
- White, black & gold acrylic paint
- Heavy gold cardstock
- Silhouette CAMEO or scissors
- 3M Painter’s Tape
- Paint brushes
- Scotch Adhesive Dot Roller
Paint your board with white acrylic paint, mine took around 3 coats to cover the previous pic.
Measure and mark off the canvas for the black stripes. Tape off the areas and paint within the tape to create super straight lines. Peel off the tape and let the paint dry over night. Touch up any areas as needed.
Paint the edges of the pic with gold paint.
I decided not to paint the letter, but instead cut it out from cardstock and apply it to the pic. If you do not own a Silhouette Cameo you could paint the letter on using an easy stencil technique shown in my Gather Sign post or print it out with your printer and cut it out with scissors.
The font I used is Eurostile. I cut out the letter on heavy gold cardstock. Apply the letter to the pic with the dot roller adhesive. This inexpensive DIY project is a super easy way to snazzy up a room with very little cost! I hope you liked my creation! Stay tuned for more easy DIY Gallery Wall pics, there’s more to come!
Check out more of my gallery sign projects!