wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube/kitchen roll

DIY WALL HANGING WITH BEAUTIFUL MANDALA ON CARDBOARD TUBE | KITCHEN ROLL

Carving your own mandala, and make one-of-a-kind DIY wall hanging with your leftover cardboard tube or kitchen roll could be both relaxing and inspiring. If you want to make some inexpensive but rich wall hanging with beautiful mandala art to enhance your space… this DIY project is definitely for you.

Video Tutorial On How To Make A DIY Wall Hanging With Beautiful Mandala On Cardboard Tube

If you like this DIY project with mandala art on cardboard tube/kitchen roll, please subscribe to my YouTube Channel for more fun learning ideas. If you are not contented with this video tutorial, then follow these simple steps to carve your DIY Mandala art wall hanging Project.

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube

Design Some Mandala Art

Take a white A4 sheet and a cardboard tube. For wrapping this paper around, take the correct measurement by wrap this sheet around the cardboard roll. Cut the extra paper with the help of scissors.

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube

Now, start some doodling on this paper with a black thin permanent marker or any black fine gel pen.

Draw your own mandala design and fill this paper with all abstract, geometric, and leafy patterns. It’s your freedom to bring out your feelings and desires on the paper.

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube/kitchen roll

Your mandala art belongs to you only. So just give your uniqueness and spiritual look to your art. Like I gave a golden touch to my mandala art and made it more like me… A bit Intense… A bit shimmery.

For now, I follow the tutorial and you take a golden glitter/ sparkle pen. Fill all the leaves, curves, and other required patterns with this glitter pen as given in the above image.

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Wrap The Mandala Art To The Cardboard Tube

Once you complete your art, take the cardboard tube/roll and apply some glue on it. Stick the art paper from the backside to the tube firmly.

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube/kitchen roll

To clean its edges, make long cuts on the extra part of the paper which has come out from its edges.

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube/kitchen roll

Now apply some glue on each cut strip and gently fold it inside the tube. Fold all the strips inside and it will give finesse to the tube.

Do the same on both sides. Your mandala art cardboard roll is ready to have further steps.

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Make Holes On The Tube

After drying the mandala piece, take a pencil. And with the help of a scale, draw marks on every two cm.

Make sure that the marks are equally spaced according to the size of your roll.

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube/kitchen roll

In like manner, take a pointy needle and pierce through these marks carefully, otherwise, it may cause tube or mandala damage. In my case, I made nine holes according to my tube size.

Insert The Jute String Into The Holes

Take a jute string bundle and fold it like the below image. Use the Gold spray paint and spray half of the string (do three or four coats) and let it dry for a while.

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube/kitchen roll

Now, cut nine pieces from this bundle, as I did nine holes on my tube. Five pieces for 40 cm and four pieces for 35cm (to give a mountains and hills look).

You have your jute pieces now, so start inserting them. You have to follow one long (40 cm) and one short (35 cm) string pattern.

Calculate the sequence and pierce the center one (40 cm) first for smooth work. Insert the edge of the string piece to the center hole.

By putting your fingers inside the tube, pull the edge out, and make a knot as given in the above image.

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube/kitchen roll

If you have knotted it, pull back the string from the hole. Do the same with every jute piece. Follow the one long and one short string pattern for sure. Like the above image, you will have the same curtain.

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Make Golden Leaves

Find a waste and old cardboard piece (you can use a sweet box or cookie box).

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube /kitchen roll

Draw a 5 cm long leaf pattern and cut it out. Craft such eighteen leaves in this similar way.

Color them with Gold spray paint. Do two or three coats as per your choice. Let them dry.

Make Paper Flowers

We need some paper flowers to complete our project. So, follow the flow, and take a black paper, and cut a square piece of 11cm X 11cm. Fold it vertically, then fold it again.

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube/kitchen roll

Cut a petal shape piece out of this folded paper. while cutting, leave the initial point uncut, otherwise, the flower can be damaged.

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube/kitchen roll

To give a 3D look, just stick one petal on top of the other petal of the flower. Make such 9 flowers.

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube/kitchen roll

For white flowers, take one white sheet, and cut a square piece of 3cm X 3cm. Do a similar process as done with the black one and make such 9 white flowers.

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube/kitchen roll

After completing the paper cutting, paste the white flower to the black one and affix a pearl bead to the center of the flower.

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube/kitchen roll

Your flower is ready. Similarly, make all 9 flowers in such a manner. To find the smooth tutorial of this flower please click on this video.

Stick The Flowers And The Leaves

Crossing the final touch… stick the golden leaves to the strings. Stick three leaves to each string.

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube/kitchen roll

To give strength to every leaf, stick a masking tape piece after applying the glue. You can stick a paper piece as well.

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube/kitchen roll

In this continuation, paste one flower on each string edge and follow the same method to give strength to the project.

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Make A Loop To Hang

To hang this decor on the wall, take a 60 cm long jute string and put it in the tube from one side.

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube /kitchen roll
wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube/kitchen roll

Pull out the string edge from the other side and make a knot. Drag the string and hide the knot inside the tube. And the hanger is ready.

Final Outcome

So… here is your DIY wall hanging with beautiful mandala art on cardboard tube/ kitchen roll/ paper towel roll tube.

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube/kitchen roll

If you love to make your own craft beauties, then this DIY wall hanging is perfect to add to your home decor list.

wall hanging with mandala art on cardboard tube/kitchen roll

With some DIY supplies and a little bit of imagination are the keys to have your favorite one-of-a-kind wall art. I hope you liked my DIY project. If so…please share my post to your loved ones and keep inspiring me with your words.

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15 thoughts on “DIY WALL HANGING WITH BEAUTIFUL MANDALA ON CARDBOARD TUBE | KITCHEN ROLL”

  1. It’s a beautiful piece for interior decor will add volume to ur living room.
    Nicely demonstrated.Thanku Anjali. I ll definitely try it

  2. This is awesome …looks very beautiful and attractive tooo.
    Keep up the good work and keep inspiring others.

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