Wall space is hard to come by in my house. Our walls are filled with cosplay portraits, commissioned pieces, and props built by my husband. If something is on display in our home, I like for it to have a story behind it or a personal connection. So whether you’re like me and want to make each piece OOAK (one of a kind), or just looking for something else to do with your posters in order to make room for some new ones, here’s a few DIY poster ideas for how to revamp or revitalize your posters.
Johto by Melee-Ninja
Are you like me, waiting for Professor Elm to give you Totodile and tell you you’ve been accepted for Pokémon Go! beta testing? Well even if you aren’t, you can still add a little Pokémon flare to your interior decor. If you’ve already got a glass-top table or, in my case, a desk, this is a piece of cake: simply pop the poster under the glass and just like using a Master Ball on Lugia you’re good to go! Don’t have a glass-top table? Don’t worry…even a simple coffee or side table from Ikea instantly evolves with a poster and fitted piece of glass placed on top!
I fell in love with Bubblegum by MeganLara the moment I saw it. It’s so full of fun and color, it instantly adds life to any room. I wanted to give it just a little bit of zing while trying to keep in line with the original personality of the design. I added a dash of glitter to each of the colors of the rainbow. Throughout, I also added some rhinestones onto the bubbles and added a larger one to the centerpiece of Bubblegum’s crown. This DIY poster project is easy on your eyes and budget!
Still looking for more DIY poster ideas? Turn Ridin’ Dirty, Tokyo Thrift by Dave Pollot into a puzzle! Or add a new backing to your clock with Raptor 5 by Brandi Kenney and scrapbooking sticker numbers. Add a little glow-in-the-dark paint to The Good Dragon by 2mzdesign. The ideas are endless!
Have you done some poster repurposing of your own? We’d love to see your home’s #TeeFuryStyle, so be sure to share on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter!