DIY: Sprinkle Photo Wall

DIY: Sprinkle Photo Wall on www.diykiosk.com.au

Hello friends and crafters! You may have seen in my profile photo on the right there, me in front of a sprinkle wall. This was actually the first project I put together a year and a half ago when I first had the idea to make this DIY Kiosk website. It was also inspired by one of my favourite childhood party foods – fairy bread. It’s fair to say I’m a bit mad for the colourful sprinkle pattern too. The sprinkle wall idea also came to mind when I wanted to take some fun ‘profile’ pictures to include on this website and about page. I had already made paper confetti and polka dot walls for a shop exhibition a few years ago, and given my fairy bread piñata would be my first featured DIY Kiosk project – I thought that sprinkles would make the perfect backdrop for a photo wall!

How to make a Sprinkle Photo Wall

Decorate a spare wall with colourful paper sprinkles that you can use as a backdrop for a fun photoshoot or for a party photobooth.

DIY: Sprinkle Photo Wall on www.diykiosk.com.au

DIY: Sprinkle Photo Wall on www.diykiosk.com.au

Materials
scissors
glue
colour paper; pink, yellow, green, blue, orange, purple
corner curve craft punch
blue-tack

Let’s make a paper sprinkle photo wall

Cut coloured paper into rectangles (sprinkles) 5cm x 18cm in size.

Punch each of the four sprinkle corners with a corner curve craft punch or freehand with scissors.

DIY: Sprinkle Photo Wall on www.diykiosk.com.au

For some of the sprinkles I wanted to combine the colours. I did this by cutting one of the two coloured sprinkles about 2/3 of the way up and cutting one of the ends into a curve. This piece was then glued onto a different coloured sprinkle.

It’s up to you how many sprinkles to make as it depends on the wall space you want to cover. I covered half a wall for my sprinkle covered wall so made about 100 sprinkles.

DIY: Sprinkle Photo Wall on www.diykiosk.com.au

Once you have cut all your sprinkles you are ready to stick them to the wall.

Blu-tack the sprinkles to the wall on different angles making sure you don’t double-up on having the same colour sprinkle next to each other. Before you know it your wall will look like a slice of fairy bread or sprinkles on an ice-cream!

Have fun taking photos in front of your new colourful wall space!
Here are some cute ideas to use your sprinkle wall.

DIY: Sprinkle Photo Wall on www.diykiosk.com.au

After some more fun party craft ideas? You might like these DIY Kiosk Projects too.

Fairy Bread Piñata
Ken Done Inspired Paper Flower Garland
Froot Loop Bracelets
Party Jumper

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Project, photography and styling by Jenna Templeton Copyright (c) 2015

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