Last Fall, I had a large piece of "art" in my living room that I fell in love with @ Kirkland's a few years ago. Since I purchased it, the walls went from a light khaki to an olive-ish color called Filoli Yew. When I changed out the paint color and bought new furniture, I no longer loved the artwork as much. One day, I decided that I wanted to take it down and replace it with a wall of botanical prints. But, this was fall and I was trying to budget for the holidays.
So, I decided to try a small project on a smaller budget. I bought some standard wooden frames from the Dollar Tree. I bought six.
I brought them home and decided to spray paint them silver with paint I already had.
Then I looked on the net for vintage prints. I found everything I needed at VintagePrintable.com
Fast forward a few seasons...and I am now in the third season of still using my $6 frames. I plan to add another row and keep meaning to put mats in each frame.
This season, I added a personalized touch that I created in dear ol' Photoshop!
Disclaimer: I am a terrible photographer and my camera is not cooperating right now. Please excuse the very poor image quality. I am working on this!
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