This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Buzz·Posted on Aug 26, 201422 Incredibly Easy DIY Ideas For Creating Your Own Abstract ArtSo easy, your kid can do it! Actually, let's be honest: your kid is probably going to be better at it than you.by stephaniefisherCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Get your silly beret on. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF giphy.com We gon' get artsy. 1. Make paint out of flower juice. viewalongtheway.com Yup, that's right: flower juice. As a bonus, this project involves smashing things. Find out more here. 2. Use acrylic paint markers. brittanymakes.com No brushes to wash. More time to catch up on Orphan Black. Yes. Details here. 3. Go over secondhand art with neon chalk markers. eastcoastcreativeblog.com From thrift store to hip-ster! OK, that rhyme was a stretch. Here are the instructions. 4. Put your wine corks to use. remodelaholic.com The downside: you might have to drink a few bottles of wine. Too bad, so sad. Here's the tutorial. 5. Use scrap wood and paint samples. retroranchrenovation.blogspot.com Here's a good excuse to accompany your husband to the home improvement store. He'll be thrilled. Instructions here. 6. Get fancy with gold leaf. nowathomemom.com The crumply little pieces are going to get all over your house, but it'll totally be worth it. Find out more. 7. Make a sponge grid. designpostinteriors.com Just cut a circle out of your kitchen sponge. Remove dried-up egg bits first. More tips here. 8. Get crazy with nail polish. centsationalgirl.com Use those trashy colors that you're too old to pull off. Listen, while we're here – it's time to give the metallic lime green a rest. I'm sorry. Someone had to tell you. Here are the instructions. 9. Combine a paint roller and spray paint can. geelongadvertiser.com.au Don't worry – it's supposed to make a total mess. That means you're doing an excellent job. *high five* Tutorial here. 10. Do dots. burlapandlaceblog.com Embrace your inner Cruella – try and make it look like you skinned a dalmatian. More information here. 11. Go ombre. twodelighted.com Yes, everyone and their crafty mother is doing DIY ombre these days. But that's because it's EASY. (I won't judge you if you still need a tutorial, though.) 12. Frame fabric and add paint embellishments. pepperdesignblog.com Pretend you painted the whole thing. Nobody has to know. Directions here. 13. Mix up your materials. livelovediy.com This one uses impasto paste (huh?), Elmer's glue, acrylic paint and gold leaf. It looks legit though, right? More info here. 14. Make potato stamps. ohhappyday.com You shouldn't be eating them, anyway. Too many carbs. JUST KIDDING, POTATOES ARE AWESOME. Tutorial here. 15. Make a herringbone pattern with masking tape. oohilikethat.typepad.com Masking tape: Not just for holding your car's side mirrors on. Find the instructions here. 16. Use gold leaf ... again. glitterandgoatcheese.com You just can't go wrong with gold. Here's the tutorial. 17. Make approximately 3,000 little ovals. swoonworthy.co.uk This could take some time. More info here. 18. Grab a paper punch. indulgy.com If you can't make straight lines – no shame! – you could go a little more abstract with the painted dot placement. 19. Create a silhouette on wood. diyfamilyti.me You could totally do a silhouette of your dog, too. Get the tutorial here. 20. Use crisscrossing lines. swoonworthy.co.uk Takes 10 minutes. Looks like it belongs in a museum. Win. Get more info. 21. Create tissue paper circles. blog.mrhandsomeface.com Oh, Mod Podge. You're such a DIY boss. Here's the tutorial. 22. Just mess around with paint. modernjanedesign.blogspot.ca This is where you bring in the kids. Their pure, unsullied minds will produce prettier pictures than yours.