Inexpensive Artwork Ideas

Are you looking for creative but inexpensive artwork ideas? I have eight DIY ideas for you…

Inexpensive Art Ideas

Find an old frame, remove the glass, and Mod Podge photos inside the frame.  It makes a fun and unique piece of art that is sure to be a conversation piece.

To see more on this easy art using Instagram photos, click HERE.


Find some old frames and fabric remnants, and you can have a gallery of artwork!  You can create this art to fit any decor style.

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I love this idea from Better Homes and Gardens.  Cover canvases with fabric.  You can make your walls look like a million bucks without spending a million bucks!


You can pick up wooden plaques from a craft store and Mod Podge photos on them for a photo gallery.  This is one of my favorite photo projects ever.

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Do you have any pretty gift bags lying around?  Frame one like Angela from Unexpected Elegance! No one will ever know it was a gift bag!


If you have followed me for a while, you know I have an obsession with chalkboards.  I created this chalkboard from an old mirror.  To see more click HERE.  (And, don’t forget about using plates for artwork, too!) Black-and-White-Bulletin-Board

Make artwork from a corkboard!  They’re inexpensive and large.  To see the tutorial for creating this piece from Unexpected Elegance, click HERE.


Create silhouettes of your family.  To see more, click HERE. I hope these inexpensive art ideas help spur your creativity so you can create some inexpensive artwork.  You can decorate your walls in fun ways, and it doesn’t have to be expensive! Go create something!

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3 thoughts on “Inexpensive Artwork Ideas

  1. I swear you’re reading my mind with your posts. Subway tile the other day, now inexpensive wall art. These are both things I have been googling lately. Thank you for doing the research for me!

  2. I have used beautiful old calendars for framed artwork but never thought about using gift bags..thanks so much ..great idea