My DIY Graffitti Doodle Wall

Doodle 6

I always somehow wind up writing my blog posts on Friday nights before I leave the office and I’m not sure why. I should really get a life. But trust me, this one’s worth it. So I just got my room repainted in mostly white and while I love the ‘white makes the room look bigger’ effect,ย  I just knew I had to add something to it.ย  Yesterday was May Day – a public holiday (yay! in arrears) and what better way to spend it than to have my very own graffitti doodle wall? Yeah, I thought so too.

I enlisted Ayo in my doodle army and off we boldly went, into the graffiti land of no return…hahahaha . It was crazy amazing. Trust me, you can’t go wrong on this one. I can’t exactly give a tutorial because it’s really up to you how big or small you wanna go. Just go through the pictures to see how we went about it and ask me questions in the comments section if you have any.

 

Doodle 1

 

Doodle 2

 

Doodle 3

 

Doodle 4

 

Doodle 5

 

That’s all folks {insert Looney Tunes signature tune}. I think it turned out great and I totally love it.ย  Let me know if you get to try this one out.

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Ok, I promised myself I would be out of the office before 10pm, so I gotta run ๐Ÿ™‚

 

Lots of Love,

Omo

 

17 thoughts on “My DIY Graffitti Doodle Wall

  1. What fun! When my kids were teens, I had a block fence in the backyard I let my kids graffiti and all their friends when they came over. It was a wonderful fun creative outlet for them. I thought it was beautiful!

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  2. That looks like serious fun! It turned out terrific, and gives some real interest to the wall. Take care – Dawn @ We Call It Junkin

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  3. Hello, Thanks for visiting the Link Up Party! I would say you never were in trouble as a child for writing on the wall! Good thing, because it suits you! Art really is an expression of what is in our hearts! Blessings to you!
    Roxy

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    • Oh Roxy. I’m so sorry for the late response. Your comment accidentally went to my spam box and I didn’t spot it early.

      I did get into trouble for writing on the wall as a kid…lol. But I never gave up (defiant kid face on)… hahaha. Thanks for stopping by dear

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  4. Awesome job! My daughter would LOVE this! I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

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  5. I loved your Tip Me Tuesday link . {thanks girl!}

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