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DIY Spring Geometric Triangle Background

Can I just tell you how much I LOVE my Spring decor?! I love that my house is full of color again now that the temperatures are warming up! By far, my favorite part of my Spring decor is my geometric wall behind my faux mantel vignette! 
#spring #diy #decor #easter
It makes such a big statement and can easily be kept up there all summer long if I wanted to leave it up. It is really easy to make too! You don’t even need a vinyl cutter for it! Here’s what you need…
#vinyl #expressions #polka #dot #glitter
*Vinyl in whatever colors you want (I used the polka dots and the glitter ones)
*Scrapbook paper (I used Dear Lizzy Fifth and Frolic paper from JoAnn’s) 
*scissors
*paper cutter
*tape
#expressions #vinyl #decor #polka #dot #glitter
Cut your vinyl into squares. Mine are 4 inch squares.
#dear #lizzy #scrapbook #paper
Cut your scrapbook paper in squares the same size as your vinyl squares.
#expressions #vinyl #decor #dear #lizzy
Now cut your squares in half from corner to corner to create triangles. You are ready to stick them to your surface!
#expressions #vinyl #dear #lizzy #decor #decoration
Now to apply it, go with the flow of your surface. Start in one corner and work your way over. Not ever inch needs a triangle. Leave some spaces blank and switch the direction of the triangles. Mix up the colors so that they are spread out across your surface. I didn’t put any triangles in the middle of my door because I knew I was hanging a mirror there so I worked around that area. For the vinyl, just peel of the backing and stick it onto your surface. For the paper, use tape and stick it on. This isn’t as easy as peeling and sticking the vinyl so you may just want to stick with vinyl only, but the great thing about this is that you can make yours totally unique to you! 
#easter #decor #diy #tutorial #howto
I love how it looks all put together with my Spring decor! This is something that you could easily do as artwork, on a statement wall, or even furniture! Use your imagination!
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Comments

  1. CUTE!!!

  2. Love Love Love Love this!

  3. Chelsea @ Making Home Base says:

    oh my goodness, Kenz! I love this! It reminds me of a gorgeous spring quilt! Thanks so much for sharing!

  4. Darling. Who would have thought vinyl? You amaze me.

  5. This is sooo pretty! love it!

  6. Wow. I love this. So creative. I would love it if you would share this over at my link party. Great job.

    http://www.ifitsnotbaroquedesignblog.blogspot.com/2013/03/tuesday-link-party-10.html

  7. ANother winner! Amazing!!! I adore the bright colors and the geometric boldness of this! I hope you like what I’m sending you tomorrow. :)

  8. This was a great use of the Dear Lizzy paper!! Great mantel.

  9. So cute!! I pinned it for you. =)

  10. Andie Thueson says:

    Amazing!!! You’re a Rock Star! :) Totally Pinned it

  11. Love this! And the colors? Perfection! Pinned!
    Ashley

  12. I LOVE this McKenzie!! The colors are just perfect and so bright!

  13. Love love love this, McKenzie! Seriously, the colors and pattern are awesome!

  14. Such a nice mantel! I like it!

    Missy Inspired
    http://missyinspired.blogspot.com

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