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Paint Your Own Wall Art with a Projector

Maria of A Hoover-gáton is túl saw a piece of wall art on Horchow that she fell in love with instantly and had to have.

To recreate the look of the paneled art, Maria bought some canvases and acrylic paint and then had Office Max print the image onto a transparency.

Using an old overhead projector, Maria traced the image onto the canvases and painted it in.

This was a weekend project that cost Maria only $35 compared to $800!

damask wall art

Maria was inspired by the Polished Damask Wall Panels from Horchow.

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Angela L

Saturday 7th of September 2013

I have been searching for these panels for months and have been unlucky Hey, Maria...I would pay you for making me what you made for yourself! You did a great job! Please respond if you have interest in doing these for me as well!!!


Tuesday 15th of October 2013

Hello Angela! This is the biggest compliment i have ever received, thank you so much! However I don't think that my talent is there for selling my DIY project! I could not even put a price on it, because I would always think it is overpriced! lol, I really appreciate your nice words but I don't think I would ever be comfortable to sell my work! Maria


Sunday 4th of August 2013

Love this idea!

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