State artworks have become very popular: everyone wants to show that special place where they come from, where they lived or studied, where they met a love and so on. If you want a state-inspired artwork for your home, too, I have a bunch of ideas for you!
Many of us move to other states for studying or working or for other reasons. With this DIY wall art you can point the states you lived in, the places you miss. This is a beautiful chalkboard artwork with a contour of your state and a heart in the city where you lived – you can make several ones to highlight more places!
This is a colorful watercolor state art tutorial video with tips on how to transfer the state shape onto your paper using a light pad! This tutorial shows you how to paint Minnesota with the use of watercolors that are so trendy right now. Of course, you may switch to any other state you like, feel free to change and paint your own state.
This is a cool and chic heart state map! These are two towns in Idaho but if you wanted to create one with two different states, that can be done too. Follow the super easy instructions on making them and if you want, you may add touches of color to the maps, these ones are monochromatic.
If you love embroidery and are missing some state, this I is a simple project celebrate your home state: state love, beginner’s embroidery project. The result is a colorful embroidered artwork done with a satin stitch, which makes it color blocking – a hot trend in décor. Use any colors you like and you may also leave the piece in the hoop and hang it on the wall in it. Enjoy!
Do you have state pride? The author of this tutorial was born and raised in Wisconsin, the family call this state home and the author definitely have state pride. The author chose to decorate a wood cut out and create this stand-out geometric wood state art to celebrate this state. This Wisconsin will fit many types of decor perfectly. It looks great on the mantle and could be part of a gallery wall, too. You may also personalize it with your own colors if these aren’t the best ones for your interior.
There are many ways to make state map decorations, and this tutorial will tell you how to do that using a wood pallet. Such décor will fit many styles and décor, especially rustic and industrial spaces but of course you can easily add a cozy feel with it to any other space. The resulting piece is stained, though you may paint it, too.
This project is amazingly easy and adds a personal touch to your room. It totally for those who love glam and everything pink, though you may personalize it changing the colors. This is a pretty artwork to hang on the wall or place on a mantel, get inspired!
State string art makes a great gift and it’s a fun craft project for adults. This one has a green and gold color scheme, it’s a bold and chic combo with plenty of contrast. However stained wood and white string is a popular choice with these types of projects. Choose whatever you like and praise your state!
This is a catchy Maryland artwork! The piece is cutout of plywood and shows off all the symbols of the state: crabs, Berger cookies, Ocean City, The MD flag, The Hippodrome. All of the local festivals. And lots of other things you may include into the piece. Get inspired!