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Cardboard Tube Wall Art: Cherry Blossoms

Cardboard Tube Wall Art: Cherry Blossoms from CraftsbyAmanda.com @amandaformaro

Earth Day is right around the corner, what better way to celebrate by creating some cardboard tube wall art. If you read this blog fairly regularly, you know that I do quite a bit of recycling in my projects. I love to turn cardboard tubes into crafts, but admittedly, they are usually crafts for kids. Surely, you’ve seem how you can turn cardboard tubes into pretty intricate wall art designs. I’ve put together a branch, just imagine how cool this would be as an entire tree!

Cardboard Tube Wall Art: Cherry Blossoms from CraftsbyAmanda.com @amandaformaro

I chose cherry blossoms for this cardboard tube wall art because I think they are really beautiful and epitomize spring. You might remember the cherry blossom tree painting I made for my daughter. There’s something about them that just makes me smile.

Apple blossoms are just as gorgeous. In my last house I had one right outside my front window and wow, the blooms in spring! So beautiful! These light bulb birds were hanging in it when I took the picture. i truly wish the blooms would last all summer!

Cardboard Tube Wall Art: Cherry Blossoms from CraftsbyAmanda.com @amandaformaro

I don’t have any step by step photos, but I think you should be able to get the gist from looking at the photos. I used hot glue to put it all together. The great thing about painting cardboard tubes is that they become quite stiff and sturdy once the paint has dried completely!

Have you created any cardboard tube wall art of your own?

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Cherry Blossom Tree Mural – Just Paint It

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Cardboard Tube Wall Art: Cherry Blossoms

Rating: 51

Cardboard Tube Wall Art: Cherry Blossoms

What you need:

  • 5 recycled cardboard tubes (from toilet rolls)
  • Glue dots or wall putty
  • Craft Smart Paint:
  • Espresso
  • Grass Green
  • Pink Blast

What you do:

  1. Paint 2 of the cardboard tubes Pink Blast and paint 2 of them Espresso.
  2. Cut the remaining cardboard tube in half. Paint half of it Pink Blast and the other half Grass Green.
  3. When the tubes have dried completely (they will be stiff), flatten them gently and cut them into: Espresso – 16 equal pieces; Pink Blast - 19 equal pieces; Grass Green – 5 equal pieces
  4. Use a hot glue gun to connect the pieces together to form a branch.
  5. Fold the Grass Green and Pink blast pieces in half to create flower blossoms and leaves and hot glue to the branch.
  6. Hang on the wall with wall putty.
http://craftsbyamanda.com/2013/04/cardboard-tube-wall-art-cherry-blossoms.html

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5 Responses to Cardboard Tube Wall Art: Cherry Blossoms

  1. 1
    Lois says:

    Too cute. Everyone makes fun of me forcollecting tissue and paper towel rolls until they see what can be created out of them….

  2. 2
    bonnie says:

    i really like this. its simple lines are very pretty, not to mention i love the colors.

  3. 3

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