This Sloth Wall Art DIY Decor is a cute and easy way to decorate a room or nursery on a budget.

sloth wall art DIY decor

Stencils are such a fun and easy way to create decor! I used some fun items from DecoArt to make this cute piece of home decor. This project was originally published on the DecoArt website, and now I’m excited to share it again here on my own site. Have fun crafting and creating with stencils and paint!

Sloth Wall Art DIY Decor Suppies Used

  • Stencil Sloth Life
  • Wood panel
  • Crafter’s paints: Tropical Blue, Oatmeal, Soft Suede, Green Neon, Neon Yellow, Pink Neon, Neon Orange, Red Neon
  • Textured watercolor paper
  • Wood Circles
  • Twine
  • Hot Glue
  • Brushes
Paint the wood panel with Tropical Blue paint.
neon paint
Paint the wood circles in different colors. I used Green Neon, Neon Yellow, Pink Neon, Neon Orange, Red Neon.
background paint
Paint the textured watercolor paper with Oatmeal. Let it dry.
sloth stencil
Place the sloth stencil on the painted watercolor paper. Use a stencil brush or sponge to add Soft Suede paint over the stencil. Use the end of the paintbrush to dot eyes onto the sloth.
stenciled sloth art
When the sloth image is dry, fussy cut around the edges to remove the branch and background.
Arrange the sloth and circles on the painted wood board as desired, but do not glue them yet.
Sloth Wall Art DIY Decor
Cut five pieces of twine. Wrap one end around the arms of the sloth, and hold them in place with a dot of hot glue. Glue the sloth to the wood canvas with hot glue.
Extend the twine under the balloons. Use hot glue to attach the twine and  wood circle to the board. Tie a twine bow under the balloon.
Sloth Wall Art DIY Decor flying away with balloons
All that’s left to do is add a sawtooth hanger to the back, and then you can display your DIY sloth wall art!


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