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Sing Loud Wall Hanging

Whether you have an angelic voice or not, it's always fun to belt out your favorite tunes. Remind yourself to have fun with a Sing Loud Wall Hanging from Savannah Starr. This DIY wall decor project is perfect for music-lovers and songbirds.

Sing Loud Wall Hanging


  • Stretched canvas
  • Spray paint (I used gold and black)
  • Alphabet letters (I used 4″ repositionable and 1″ craft foam sticky letters)
  • Craft knife (This is optional to help you lift the letters off the canvas)
  • Newspapers or brown kraft paper (to protect outdoor surface when you are spraying)


  1. On my canvas, I used two different sizes of lettering. For the words at the bottom, I used the sticky craft foam letters. Since I wanted these to appear white on my canvas, I placed them directly onto the blank white canvas. These letters are different colors but that is fine because you will be spraying over them.

    Sing Loud Wall Hanging
  2. Once I had all my bottom lettering in place, I spray painted the entire canvas gold. Let paint dry.

    Sing Loud Wall Hanging
  3. Next, I placed my larger lettering over the gold painted canvas. These letters are 4″ and are sticky but they are re-useable and re-positionable.

    Sing Loud Wall Hanging
  4. Next, I spray painted over the lettering with black spray paint. Let paint dry.

    Sing Loud Wall Hanging
  5. Now you can start removing the lettering. I used a craft knife to help lift the small sticky letters off the bottom of my canvas.

    Sing Loud Wall Hanging
  6. Then I removed my larger letters to reveal my SING LOUD! Let your voice be heard canvas. I LOVE it!

    Sing Loud Wall Hanging

For a comprehensive video tutorial of this project, check out How to Make a Sing Loud Canvas.

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