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Insta-Style: Free Art

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If you like free, pretty, and colorful, you are going to like this week’s Insta-Style. 

What’s Insta-Style?   A weekend series of simple projects for which no tutorial is needed.

You may not own the same items I show in the series of posts, but I am hoping that the ideas will inspire you to look at everything around you with new eyes and ask yourself…”what if?” to come up with your own Insta-Style decorating ideas.

Insta Style for your walls and picture frames

What can you make with a picture frame and a magazine?

Free art for walls and frames

Free art!

Simply cut out an inspiring image from a magazine…

Free art to frame and for your walls in an instant…and frame it.

If you love the fashion image I cut out from Artful Blogging magazine, you can find out more about the artist, Beth Briggs on her website, here.

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10 Comments

  1. Diane, I’m a 60-something homeowner with a professional career, but I wasn’t always those two things – once I was a living-in-poverty stay-at-home mom. Over the years, I have framed magazine pages, calendar pages, greeting cards, pretty scraps of textiles, etc, and hung quilts on big blank walls. Of course I did this because I was too poor to buy art, but it’s a great idea for anyone. I hope I won’t come across as judgmental, but I’m kind of amazed that people have to be told they can do this! I guess my limited resources forced me to be resourceful, because I’m not really all that naturally creative.

  2. Happy Saturday, Diane.

    While I don’t believe I’ve ever framed artwork from a magazine, I do have several greeting cards that I have framed. That’s also insta-style!

    1. I do the same thing with greeting cards. They are also an inexpensive way to change it up every now and again.

      -Lisa