4 Easy Wall Art DIYs + Easy Room Decor | Marissa’s Room Tour

4 Easy Wall Art DIYs + Easy Room Decor | Marissa’s Room Tour


(upbeat guitar music) – Hey, guys! I’m Marissa and today I’m
going to be showing you guys four DIY art pieces for your room. The Subscriber of the Day is Lianna Deed. Thank you for subscribing
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we ask during the video in the comments below. So, now let’s go on to
the four DIY art projects. To get started, we just taped the paper to the table with some masking tape. After I taped the paper down, we used some masking tape
to make a little plus sign. Next, we mixed some
dark watercolor paints, a mix of dark blue or black, and painted right over the masking tape. We used some watercolor paper because we are using some watercolor paint. After it dried, we took the tape off and I think it turned out really pretty. I just love the brush strokes and the way the watercolor turned out. For the next piece of art, we’ll be using the same kind
of technique by just taping the paper onto the table
so it doesn’t slide around. We then just taped in kind of
a random pattern on the paper but you can tape it to your liking. Next, we mixed up some
watercolors and even the Crayola watercolors work really
well for this project if you don’t have really fancy paints. But, we used some pink
and dusty rose colors and a little bit of gold watercolor paint and just left little spots of different colors of paint on there randomly. I did pink and gold in it
so it would match my room. Again, we just took the tape off and it turned out to be this
really pretty watercolor paint and I think it’s so cute
right next to all of the other pieces that I did, so this one is a really
good and easy project. For this next project, we took the paper and
taped it to the table again and I used a ruler to make a really light pencil mark on the paper. I wanted it to have a little
bit of an order to it, the dots being from
biggest to smallest and darkest to lightest on this one, so I used pencil and a
ruler to make my marks so I would know where to put the paint. I just love having DIY art in my room. It just makes it so easy to customize to the style of my room and the colors. I need to give a big
shout-out to my Aunt Justine. She’s an amazing artist and helped me so much on this project. She is an amazing artist so her handle is brushworkbyjustine if you
want to go check her out. One thing I do recommend
using for this project is a ruler to help your dots
stay in line and be straight because mine kind of went in an arc and it didn’t look very straight in the end. I still love the way it turned out though, but it could be a little straighter. I love this one. It’s really easy and I
found that I just love the graphic art on the wall
especially since my room is really bright and white colors. For the fourth piece of art, I wanted to do something
that was much larger and I think the size is 20 by 30 paper but I wanted to do an ombre art piece. This one, we just used a
ruler and a pencil to make some very light marks on the paper so that we can erase them later. We mixed up some rosy
pink watercolor paint and this is the paint that you
can get at any craft store. You just find the color
that you want and then you can add water to dilute the paint to make it lighter or darker. We started with the
dark rose color and then added a little bit of water to our brush every time we did a new
section of the ombre to make it lighter and lighter every time In the left bowl, I have my
very concentrated pink paint and then in the right, I have my water. I’m just so excited for the art
because I absolutely love it and I think it goes perfect in my room. So, these are three out of
the four art pieces that I did and this one I love but it’s like, the logo of the Swiss Army knife and you can see the paint
strokes of the paint brush. This one is like an
abstract marble effect. I think it’s so cool because you can see the pink and the gold
and then this last one, I love it because you
can see the ombre effect from the darkest to the lightest dot and from biggest to smallest, too. I think that’s so cute
and then we just put white frames over it and
then it was all done. I just love the way they turned out. I think they’re super cute. Okay, and then, right over
my bed is another one I did. It’s the striped ombre. I think it’s so cool because you can see the watercolor stroke
and it’s just so cool because it goes from like,
really dark to really light. I think it’s so cute. Then, the one right next to it, I actually didn’t paint that one. My Aunt Justine did. If you want to check her out, she has an Instagram
called brushworkbyjustine. She painted this and
it looks so cute right next to the pink ombre stripes. I hope you guys enjoyed this DIY. Comment down below what your
favorite art project that I did and comment whether you did them or not and whether you liked them. We would love to see a picture
of your art work on Instagram so send us a picture using
the hashtag #Marissaandbrookie and we will like it and
see it and I’m so excited. And give a thumbs up if
you’re gonna try it and I’ll see you guys next time! Bye!

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