Decorating Your Home with Extremely Low Cost Framed Prints – Part #2

Decorating Your Home with Extremely Low-Cost Framed Prints -- Part 2

To expand on my previous blog post about tips for large framed prints, it’s also easy to decorate inexpensively with collections of small framed prints if you buy beautiful greeting cards or post cards and encase them in frames from the dollar store or a discount store. (They do have frames that don’t look cheesy!)

You can also paint frames any color you choose — to complement the contents.

Another idea is to find a great print or photo on Pinterest or a web site, print it and frame it. You can also frame pictures from magazines or books. (The photo on my bathroom wall came from a free, local women’s magazine – it was gorgeous — and cost nothing.)

Try it and let me know how it works.

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