DIY Boho Yarn Wall Art

1-wall art full lengthDresser from West Elm.

I can’t stop with the yarn you guys.  At night I’ve even dream about yarn projects–I wish I were kidding. This latest project is nothing new and you can check out my original tutorial for it here.  I made this more boho, natural, earthy version of DIY Yarn Wall Art for a dear friends baby shower.  Then she took it home and hung it in her nursery–which melted my heart.  I mentioned on Instagram how one of the most cathartic ways I can spend my time is when I’m creating things for my friends–making things I love for the people I love.  And I just love the vibe of her nursery and how rad the wall art looks.
2-boho yarn wall art
1-bottom of wall art
2-yarn wall art weaving
3-yarn wall art weaving
Rather than use a branch, I picked up this 1.5 inch dowel from Michaels to give it a more modern look.  Again, for more complete instructions check out this post or this post. 
boho yarn wall art

boho yarn wall artstring art tutorial
yarn art
natural string wall art
slip not string art

To switch things up and add some texture I added a few braids and knots.
jute hanging
At the end, I used jute as the hanging string.  I laid a piece of the jute length wise along the dowel and then I wrapped it around itself to secure it in place.
bohemian wall art
Remember, you can trim the bottom of the yarn to create any design you’d like.  I decided to keep this one more random but I love the way a clean edge or angle looks too.
cassaundra wall artCassaundra (of The Blue Closet) at her baby shower

Ashley Stock
I'm Ashley. Sometimes I craft, occasionally I cook, everyday I write, and I'm always Momma. This is my blog. I keep it real while still seeing the rainbows and butterflies in all of life's lessons.
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  1. I love this! I’m not super crafty but I think I could pull this off 🙂
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  2. I LOVE this! Love the opportunity to be creative with color, pattern, and even what to hang it on…and the fact that this is so easy I might even be able to pull it off!

    <3 Haley @ http://www.beautyinthischaos.com

  3. Love the simplicity of this, beautiful! 🙂

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  4. Donna Zoerner says:

    Just wanted to say that I love your blog and all the dyi projects. I had to retire early for chronic painful health reasons after being a workaholic in 2006. Ever since then I have been trying desperately to find something to do. I’m 57 now, and am just now trying to learn to craft. Thank you for taking the time to write these tutorials. they are really awesome and the instructions are clear. I think if I picked up the stuff that I could even do it.

  5. Super cute idea!! xx,

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  6. This is such a cute and fun idea! I haven’t been that into yarn projects, but your posts are getting my wheels turning!

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  9. Where did you buy this yarn??

  10. artiker very good

  11. good

  12. Where is the yarn from in this tutorial?

  13. Beautiful and easy!! I really like boho things, clothes, decorations… just everything. Gonna try this one. Thank you for sharing the DIY!
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  14. You actually make it seem so easy along with your presentation however
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