Wood Wall Art with Cricut Iron On

I love collage walls and every time we move (thanks Army!) one of my favorite projects is reconfiguring our photos and art in to our new home. With a piece of scrap wood and my Cricut I can create wood wall art to fill those inevitable gaps in my collage!

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I love iron-on, and putting iron-on material on wood has become my newest obsession! Quicker, cleaner and easier than stenciling or vinyl - using iron-on allows me to create inexpensive home decor in just a fraction of the time. {FTC disclaimer: This is a sponsored blog post and contains affiliate links - if you make a purchase I may receive a small commission at no additional cost to you.}


With a piece of scrap wood, Plaid paint and some Cricut iron-on you can create custom wood wall art in just a few minutes! This project took about 20 minutes (not including drying time) and is the perfect way to fill those awkward gaps in your collage walls.


1. Measure wall space and cut block to size.

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2. Paint wood block and let dry (may need several coats).


3. Scale image (I used this thankful image) in Design Space to fit block and cut iron-on. Remember to mirror your image!

4. Weed image and place on wood block.

5. Use EasyPress to apply iron-on to wood block using the recommended settings chart on cricut.com. They list wood as one of the materials!

wood wall art with cricut iron on

6. Remove clear film.

Wood Wall Art with Cricut Iron On

7. Drill hole in the back of the block for the nail and nail to your wall.

Wood Wall Art with Cricut Iron On

This was such a game changer for me - I can't tell you how many hours I've spent in the past trying to reconfigure my collage walls to fill the gaps. Now I can save time and stress and add some additional wall art to my collection!

This week I'm teaming up with some of my favorite bloggers to share our love for iron-on - and give away some goodies in the process. I hope you'll join us!

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