Fabric Scrap West Elm Knock Off Wall Art

Happy Friday everyone!

I have to tell you how excited I am for MAY to be here! There are several really exciting events coming up this month for my family. I can’t wait to share them all with you!

For today,  I want to share a fun knock off project. My West Elm knock off wall art.

Scrappy West Elm Wall Art Knock Off

West Elm Wall Art

 I love a good knock off project. It’s so rewarding to see something you love and be able to recreate it for a fraction of the price. A few weeks ago, while looking for some decor for my master bedroom makeover, I came across this fabric scrap wall art from West Elm. The simplicity of it caught my eye. It’s just lovely. The colors didn’t work for my color scheme but I knew I could DIY it to work for the space.

Scrappy West Elm Wall Art Knock Off

You won’t believe how easy it was to create. With a RIBBA frame from Ikea I was already half way there. I grabbed a few coordinating fabric scraps from my scraps bins (which totally reminded me why it is I save every little scrap. You just never know when you can use them). I also grabbed a scrap of burlap to fit the frame. I didn’t bother trimming them. I used them as is for the “scrappy” look.

I sewed the scraps onto the burlap. It look less than five minutes to sew the pieces on. All there was left to do was to place it in the frame. BAM! Gorgeous fabric scrap wall art, in minutes!

Scrappy West Elm Wall Art Knock Off

I absolutely love the way it turned out. The yellow and gray are perfect for my master bedroom. And my favorite part is that the West Elm version cost $49.00 but my West Elm knock off version cost $5.00! How’s that for a knock off?

 Have a wonderful weekend, friends!

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  1. Very cool chelsea!! Fabrics are so beautiful, i love the idea of incorporating them into art. Happy friday!!

    xo, Tanay

  2. I thought the same thing when I saw that art on the West Elm website. So DIYable. I love what you did with it. Fantastic!

  3. This is super cute and a great idea! Would you consider linking this up at my Pinworthy Projects Party? I hope to see you there!

  4. Ooh I love seeing such cute {and super affordable!} knock-offs! This turned out so well–I can’t believe it was only a few minutes of work! Gorgeous! I popped over from Lil Luna–thanks for sharing!

    ~Abby =)

  5. I’m still loving everything you do, chelsea! Don’t you want to come hang out at my house and get some projects done over here? I’m sure not accomplishing much 😉 seriously, this is very pretty!

  6. Super cute! What a great way to use up scraps and at the same time display fabrics you love!


  7. Love it! what a great thrifty knockoff. isn’t it amazing how retail shops can charge so much for an idea that’s so simple to re-create? Great job.

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  9. This is so cute! I can just imagine all the possiblities with all the fabric I have hoarded over the years.

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