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Perhaps the most popular DIY I’ve ever shared on Instagram! After posting THIS high paced tutorial, I got a TON of questions about what materials, tools and which SVG file I used to create this stunning wall art.

I wish I could take credit for it, but truth is, this art was created by Rob + Bob and it’s been hiding in plain sight right over in Cricut Design Space!

That said, I did make some pretty significant alterations to this project so you’ll likely want to just use my link so you can access it directly and save yourself a LOT of time!

As for the other materials I used, here’s the rundown:

A couple tips when assembling your art:

  • I used the Cricut Joy for my artwork, but the Cricut Joy can only accommodate projects that are 4.5″ across. This is why you’ll see a version of this project where the faces are split into two. This will allow you to cut it on the Cricut Joy.
  • Take your time placing each of the elements and do your best to get them even! It doesn’t have to be perfect!

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