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We’re in that lull time when it comes to seasonal decor. We’re no longer in the month of July, so the patriotic theme is a bit been-there-done-that. And it’s still way too hot to pull out the pumpkins and mums for Fall decor. Are you looking for something fun to spruce up an empty spot in your home?
I’m going to suggest filling the decorating void between summer and fall with some string art! There are some pretty great tutorials out there right now for a wide variety of graphic and typography string art. String requires less mess and drying time than paint. And there are quite a few easy string projects out there that are easy enough for kids to get involved in, too. Here are some of my favorites.
Red String Hello Sign at Make + Haus
Kitchen String Art at Honey & Birch
Nail and Wall Art at Jen Loves Kev
Nautical String Art at Sweet Song Bird
Nursery Elephant at DIY on the Cheap
Heart of Hope Dreamcatcher at Mollymoo
Otis the Owl String Art at Nine Red
Reverse String Art Word at Infarrantly Creative
Texas Longhorn Style String Art at Just Between Friends
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