Extra large wood letters definitely help your wall “speak” for itself! (Pike’s Place Blog)
Paper is simple and cheap, and looks great in this geometric patchwork art! (tutsplus)
Ever wanted to make your own art canvas? The Chelsea Project shows you how to build it and paint it with this cool layered stencil technique.
Make a large-scale piece feel even large with bold geometric shapes and colors! (A Beautiful Mess)
Transfer a photo to wood for a nice effect. (Tutorial here.)
Hang an extra large square scarf for quick and easy wall art. (via Design Sponge)
Using fence boards keeps costs down on this large vintage style aged wood sign (tutorial here from A Prudent Life).
This one is just propped up, but you can hang an old door for some lovely style, too! (See more ideas for old doors here.)
A couple of wood panels + paint will give you an awesome wood starburst art! (Vintage Revivals)
Pick up an old nautical flag for homey vintage art (Our Home Notebook).
Not only does this huge wood slice look great on the wall, but it has legs that fold out to make it into a side table, too! (via Apartment Therapy)
If you have a large art piece you don’t love… it’s okay to paint over it. Probably 😉 (House Tweaking)
Use pegboard to create an extra large cross stitch sampler. (via)
Classic book covers look great — and this one is painted! (Lisa Roy)
Join together some wood planks with some stain and a favorite quote for a nice ombre wall art (tutorial from Bigger Than The Three Of Us here)