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Christmas Wall Decor: Sheet Music Art Gallery Wall

A thrifty Christmas wall decor idea to repurpose a secondhand sheet music book to create an inexpensive sheet music art gallery wall for $1.

Today seems like a good day for a thrift store decorating Christmas wall decor project, don’t ya think?

The virus-that-shall-not-be-named has really cramped my thrifting abilities this year, and I’ve missed it!

Remember when I pressed a bunch of fall leaves collected from the yard and framed them to stick in our entryway?

fall wall decor using pressed leaves for art in an entryway

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Christmas Wall Decor Idea: Sheet Music Art Gallery Wall

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 sheet music art? Sign me up!

thrifted book of Christmas sheet music

30 minutes later… look how pretty!

Christmas wall decor using a thrifted book of sheet music

Bench | Matted Picture Frames | Faux Fur Blanket | Green Velvet Pillow | Floral Block Pillow | Window Wreath | Artificial Amaryllis

Where to Find Sheet Music to Use as Christmas Art

Here are a few books of sheet music that would work beautifully for Christmas wall decor (though not as cheap as $1 like mine were unfortunately):

You can also visit these sheet music art Etsy shops, if you just want a couple of individual pages to print right at home. 

Christmas pillows on bench in entryway with sheet music art

I added this neutral block pillow, green velvet pillow, and faux fur blanket to make it extra festive and cozy over here.

And I snagged this amaryllis planter on clearance a couple months ago. I had no idea how massive it was when I ordered it but it works here.

amaryllis planter

Our dressed up IKEA Christmas window wreaths are still going strong too.

wreaths on windows and entryway with Christmas wall decor using sheet music art

So now I’m thinking I’ll have to keep an eye out for some year-round sheet music art that won’t be so Christmas specific. You think anyone will notice if I decide to keep this up after Christmas? 😉 Kidding. Kind of.

christmas gallery wall using thrifted sheet music

I keep trying to brainstorm what other cheapie “art” could go in these frames in the future.

UPDATE: For spring and summer, you can add in these antique bird and botanical printables for free.

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:

If you missed the rest of this space, you can see our Christmas living room here.

Got any other frame-able Christmas wall decor ideas we could add to the list? I sense a round-up of wall decor collections in our future.

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  1. These are so cute! i actually used the sheet music sung at our wedding and had a photo of us at our wedding printed on top of the music. so many ideas and yours are always lovely! Happy Holidays Lauren! And thanks for all your ideas!

  2. Such a clever idea! Fills the space so nicely and adds such a festive touch. Do you have a tutorial on how to hang a gallery wall? Your frames are perfectly in line. How do you do that?

    1. Thanks, Susan! I used a level to mark the placement on the wall with a pencil and hung up the frame with Command Hanging Strips.

  3. This is a gorgeous idea!!! For the rest of the year, what about samples of vintage wallpaper in your frames? Coordinating colors that go with your home, sort of like a muted patchwork quilt in frames. I saw a book of old, almost regal wallpaper samples at a flea market once, and thought if my style was more classic I would have bought it to do this!!

  4. I love it. What about using sheet music as the background and a simple object or image in front of them, similar to the fall leaves. I am thinking a letters, easter eggs, etc…Can’t wait to see where you take this.