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Kaleidoscope Inspired Paper Art

Happy Hump Day! Today I’m sharing a DIY paper art piece I created for Homedit inspired by the colorful and geometric sensibility of kaleidoscopes. Large scale art can be quite costly, but get creative with geometric paper shapes, and you’ll have room-defining art in about an hour. I think this color palette would be super fun in a nursery!

DIY Paper Art | Francois et Moi I created this tutorial while watching the movie, Copenhagen, on Netflix. Has anyone seen it? I hadn’t heard anything about it, but I thought I’d give it a shot since it would just kind of be on in the background while I was cutting paper diamonds, but I actually really liked it. It’s a little dark and complex, super intriguing though. I found myself straight up watching the movie and finishing up this project afterward. I love it when movies can transport you like that.

Paper Art DIY | Francois et Moi Anywho–I digress! Go check out the deets on creating a graphic, one-of-a-kind paper art piece for your own home.

Paper Art DIY | Francois et Moi

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  • tangabird
    May 20, 2015 at 8:13 am

    Good idea for the nursery.

  • Sandi
    May 20, 2015 at 8:23 am

    Erin, I love this handmade artwork….very clever. I think it would look good in my newly designed bedroom or as artwork for the living room or dining room. Hmmmm you are giving me great ideas! Thanks!

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