Wall art can be a nemesis when you are trying to get a room finished. And heaven forbid you are like me and want to change out wall decor several times a year! That could get expensive!
But, there are some things you can do that will not break the bank and yet, still give that fresh vintage vibe to your home decor.
I recently bought a paint by numbers kit. It was actually for myself, but the kids pounced on it immediately and it kept them busy and happy for several days.
So there’s that. Cheap crowd control, haha!
But, I also ended up with a large piece of art that almost has an oil painted look to it.
Let’s look at a few other framed art ideas and I will show you that paint by numbers one that inspired this post in the first place.
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I’ll start with the obvious one!
This little oil painting was a $2 find a while back.
This little french photo is actually from a calendar I had back high school.
Raid your parents’ stash of old family photos and see what turns up!
These don’t even have to be right side up, a collage looks great, too!
By adding a piece of masonite that has been painted with chalkboard paint you can easily turn a frame into a chalkboard
Ferns and flowers are both stunning, press them for three days in a heavy book and you are good to go.
My reese frame is from World Market.
I have 12 free curated vintage art prints for that you can find HERE, or you can check my Pinterest Wall Decor board for more inspiration! And you can get a copy of the lilac seed packet printable in the video here.
You can find this online or use some you already have.
P.S. And if you ever see a vintage easle at a garage sale. BUY IT! This is the voice of experience talking.