This Gold Foil Vinyl Wood Teepee is such an easy DIY Project and it is the perfect piece for modern home decor. Customize it with colors to match your home for a personal touch!
As I teased on Monday…my office is almost finished, and this Gold Foil Vinyl Teepee DIY Decor Project makes a major statement in the space! It’s modern, trendy, but the design is also sleek enough it can go anywhere! It also goes perfectly with my Faux Concrete Planter. Walnut Hollow sent me this teepee after I fawned over it at their Creativation booth. I think they got the hint that I wanted one when I said, “Send me one of those teepees when you get back!” Seriously…I was that subtle.
Lucky for me, they’re from Wisconsin, so they’re super nice and they humored me 🙂 You can find them HERE.
The inspiration for this is TOTALLY from Hannah, the social media manager at Walnut Hollow…I just added the triangles. I loved how she kept it two-toned. Why mess with a good thing? She even had succulents sitting in it, so while I can’t say this post is completely original, I still really love it.
To make this Gold Foil Vinyl Teepee DIY Decor Project, you’ll need:
- Cricut Explore Air 2 or scissors
- Cricut Strong Grip Mat
- Cricut Gold Adhesive Foil
- Mint Acrylic Paint
- Paint Brush
- Painters Tape
- First, measure 7 inches down on both sides of the teepee and mark with a pencil.
- Wrap the painter’s tape around the sides where you made the marks.
- Paint the top half with Acrylic Paint. Let dry.
- While it’s drying, create a triangle graphic in Cricut Design Space. Tip: Click the unlock button in the bottom left corner of the triangle so you can make the triangle shorter.
- Make the triangle about 2″ wide and 1″ high. Copy and paste until you have six triangles, then send the images to the machine.
- Lay the Foil Sheet FACE DOWN on the mat and load it into the Cricut. Press the C icon to cut.
- Measure 2″ from the bottom of the mint color on the teepee, then one inch above. Repeat that two times and do it on the other side. Leave a small dot every time you measure.
- Take the backing off the triangles, then place them where you made the dots.
Can you just NOT WAIT to make this for your own craft room? I’m DYING to show you guys a preview…seriously dying! If you look at the post for these cute Faux Concrete Planters, you’ll see one little tiny piece of it. You can also see the before HERE.
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