Do-It-Yourself, Wall Decor

DIY: Monogram Wall Art

Nursery design update! A while back, I posted about a friend’s twin nursery that I’m helping her design. She’s going for a modern-vintage decor style and using a neutral color palette since she’s having a boy AND a girl! Last month, I fell in love with wooden monograms and decided to incorporate them into the twin’s nursery.

Her cribs are on the same turquoise wall, so we wanted the wall decor to really stand out and be specific to the boy and girl sides of the room. At first, we were going to paint a frame behind the wood monogram, but she wanted the flexibility of being able to move around the wall art if necessary, and we needed art that would stand out on such a huge wall with two cribs.

So, we made 3D monogram canvas wall art. It was perfect and really easy to do! Here’s how I did it.

1. I bought a 36 x 36″ canvas from a local craft store. I ordered the monogram letters in white and used painters tape to mark off the stripes.

2. I painted the monogram before attaching it to the canvas (in case it got messy) using acrylic paint and a brush. (Those outside edges were tricky!)

3. Once the stripes were dry on the canvas and the monogram had its last few touch ups, it was ready to go! Using my handy glue gun, I attached each monogram to the canvas (using the stripes as a guide to make sure they were straight). Ta-da! Perfect canvas monogram wall art!

I can’t wait to see what these will look like in the nursery! I love how the colors and style can grow with the babies. In fact, I think I need one for myself!

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    Thanks for sharing this DIY. I’d definitely try this, although I’d use a simpler monogram than an elaborate one like this. It takes me quite a few minutes to figure out the letters.

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