Ceiling Medallion DIY 3 simple steps

The Simplest DIY of EVER!

Ceiling Medallion DIY 3 simple steps

Anybody that creates feels a sense of satisfaction!  Standing in the kitchen and creating a new dish is satisfaction for some. Singing or playing an instrument may bring someone else a sense of fulfillment.  For me…its creating art!  When I say this is the easiest DIY ever, I mean it.  People have PIN’ed this hundreds of times!  (Check out the image at the end to PIN to your own boards!)

Art covers a whole realm of things and I’m going to be the first to tell you that I will never be a Picasso or Michelangelo.  Honestly, I’m humbled everyday that people ask me to create for them because the only thing I have to offer is my passion. No technical training or education.  Just hard work and the desire to figure things out while doing what I am passionate about 🙂

So many people tell me that they “aren’t creative” or “crafty”. While there are wide ranges of talent levels with everyone I meet, THIS is a piece that YOU are gonna be able to create!

You need THESE

Easiest DIY supplies

They’re ceiling medallions that go on the ceiling above a ceiling fan.  They carry them at almost any home improvement store or Amazon.  I got the smaller 13.5″ ones but they have much larger ones if you have a bigger spot to put them in. The ones I am showing are plastic, but you can splurge a little and purchase metal or wooden ones.  For this DIY, I was wanting to keep the cost down for you so I opted for the plastic.

You’re also going to need spray paint in any color you desire (I used THIS Green Apple spray paint by Rustoleum), scrapbook paper, a fabric or paper flower, and a glue stick. I have several flowers laying around for different projects but you can easily go to Hobby Lobby or Michael’s and check out their scrapbooking department!  They have LOTS of adorable flower embellishments.

How-To Make the Easiest DIY

  1. Spray a light coat of paint on the medallions and let them dry. Mine were dry in no time flat. Literally, like 10 min.  My original intention was to use these as picture frames but I decided against it.
  2. Measure the opening and cut a piece of scrapbook paper to fit it perfectly. I lined the lip of the medallion with a glue stick and laid the paper down.
  3. Attach a fabric or paper flower with your glue gun and you’re DONE!!

So easy and so cute!  This is so cheap and so easy that you could easily change the paper and flowers out to match the different seasons. That’s the kind of decor I like!

I hung these in my hallway opposite my gallery wall where I needed a little something to liven it up 🙂

Easiest DIY hanging

Don’t you agree that they’re adorable?

Easiest DIY completed pic

What do you think?  Do you think this is something you could create? What simple DIY have you done that you ended up being shocked with how easy and cheap it was?

Easiest DIY - in 3 simple steps

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