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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!
Author: Beth Kingston


  • piece of wood
  • Plaid paint – I used FolkArt multi-surface Titanium White
  • foam brush
  • Cricut machine – I used my Maker but this could be done with an Explore machine as wel
  • Cricut Iron-On – I used Everyday Iron-On in Black
  • Cricut LightGrip Mat
  • Cricut weeding tool
  • Cricut EasyPress
  • Cricut EasyPress Mat


  • Measure wall space and cut block to size.
  • Paint wood block and let dry (may need several coats).
  • Scale image (I used this thankful image) in Design Space to fit block and cut iron-on. Remember to mirror your image!
  • Weed image and place on wood block.
  • 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!
  • Remove clear film.
  • Drill hole in the back of the block for the nail and nail to your wall.