and it’s as simple as it sounds.

DIY Wall Art 1

I will readily admit this is not the most original idea, but for anyone needing something to fill a blank wall this is an easy fix.

DIY Wall Art 2

All I did was take a four dollar piece of wrapping paper I found at a craft store and cut it down to fit the twelve dollar frame I found at HomeGoods (my second home lately :)) and low-and-behold, I got a nice little piece of framed art out of the deal.

DIY Wall Art 4

It may not be to fancy, but hopefully it’s a tip you can use in your own home! I’m planning on doing this in the living room too. I’ve been searching far and wide for affordable art, but with the right paper I think this will be even better.

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