Thrifty Christmas art idea to repurpose a secondhand sheet music book to create an inexpensive gallery wall for $1.
Today seems like a good day for a thrift store decorating project, don’t ya think?
COVID has really cramped my thrifting abilities this year, and I’ve missed it!
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The other day, I found this book of Christmas sheet music for $1 and thought it would be PERFECT to swap out those fall leaves!
Less than 7 cents per frame for art? Sign me up!
30 minutes later… look how pretty!
Here are a few books of sheet music that would work beautifully for gallery wall art (though not as cheap as $1 like mine were unfortunately):
And I snagged this paper white planter on clearance a couple months ago. I had no idea how massive it was when I ordered it but it works here.
Our dressed up IKEA wreaths are still going strong too.
So now I’m thinking I’ll have to keep an eye out for some year-round sheet music that won’t be so Christmas specific. You think anyone will notice if I decide to keep this up after Christmas? 😉 Kidding. Kind of.
I keep trying to brainstorm what other cheapie “art” could go in these frames in the future.
Botanical prints? Silhouettes? Maps? Black and white family photos? Vintage portraits? Antique postcards? So many ideas.
If you want to know about any of the sources, you can find them all here:
- Wall color: Benjamin Moore Swiss Coffee
- Trim color: Benjamin Moore Simply White
- Door color: Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron
If you missed the rest of this space, you can see our Christmas living room from last week here.
Got any other frame-able ideas we could add to the list? I sense a round-up of wall decor collections in our future.