Disc Grid Wall Art

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Wall décor goes mod with this metallic vision of circles lines and not-quite-hidden geometric intrigue. Holographic paper adhered to foam discs sets this art apart!

Completion time – 2-4 hours

Designer – Kathleen George


  • Discs, 6" x 1", nine
Other Materials
  • Holographic sticker paper, 8-1/2" x 11", nine shee
  • Wooden strips, 1/4" x 1/8" x 24", five
  • Coordinating metallic-finish spray paint


  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • Paper trimmer
  • Scissors
  • Fine-gauge craft wire
  • Craft pins
  • U-pins
  • Carpenter's level
  • Small saw or craft snips
  • Low-temp glue gun and glue sticks
  • Thick, white craft glue
  • Small nails, two


  • 1. Cut two 1" x 11" strips from long edge of each piece of
    sticker paper; do not remove paper backing. For each pair of
    strips, peel back and remove 1" of paper backing at end of one
    strip and adhere it to one end of second strip, creating a
    21"-long strip.
  • 2. Trace foam disc nine times onto back of sticker paper and
    cut out; again, do not remove paper backing.
  • 3. Spread thin, even coat of glue onto one side of first foam
    disc. Center one paper circle on disc; smooth paper with
    fingers. Repeat to cover all discs. Wipe away excess glue with
    damp cloth.
  • 4. In same way, cover disc edges with paper strips cut in Step
    1; secure with craft pins and trim excess. Repeat to cover all
    disc edges. Wipe away excess glue with damp cloth. Let dry.
  • 5. Spray paint wooden strips; let dry. Use craft snips to cut
    three strips to 20" long; cut six 8" lengths from remaining strips.
  • 6. Refer to diagram and place discs facedown and 2" apart in a
    3 x 3 grid pattern. Check for straightness and accuracy
    throughout rest of project.
  • 7. Use craft glue to glue three 20" wood strips vertically
    across center of each row of three discs; let dry.
  • 8. Glue 8" wood strips horizontally to connect the rows. For
    additional reinforcement, insert u-pins over wood strips and
    into foam. Let dry completely before handling wall sculpture.
  • 9. Cut two 3" wire lengths; twist ends of each length together
    around top back wood strips to form loops. Be sure loops are
    level; spot glue to secure. Hang art as shown.