This weeks Thrifty Thursday is something a little different. You see, in between being a wife, stay at home Mum, friend, daughter, sister, and Paisley Vintage furniture painter, I eat and sleep. That’s it. So, when it comes to my house there is a whole lot of this kind of magic going on…
Nothing. Exactly. Inspiring stuff huh?
SO, I’m setting myself a challenge.
Over the next 3 weeks I’ll be madly DIYing, researching and then sharing some affordable art options. And when I mean affordable, I’m talking under $100. Hopefully I’ll fill blank walls in my bedroom, kitchen, lounge and family, and a few others besides. Maybe you’ll find something you like too… and you know, it is nearly that time of year….
With all this in mind I’m sharing a quick and easy project today that is VERY budget friendly.
Greeting cards are a cool and amazingly cheap way to add a little sunshine – this quote suits me to a tea and makes me smile as I walk out the door each day… and honestly, what else is art for? I grabbed the card at Kikki K, a can of spray paint, and a old wooden frame from an op shop… A five minute project that’s bright and cheery and perfect for budget conscious me!
Now let’s get this thing started!! Where do YOU go for affordable art options? Got something you’d love to share? I’d love to hear about it!
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