Adding or changing the artwork on your walls can be an expensive project. Even if you use your own images, you still have to get the pictures matted and framed, which is not cheap. Then there’s the problem with doing it all over again when you start growing tired of looking at the same images on your walls every day. FrameWraps are an interesting and inexpensive solution to this problem. They are like slip covers for your couch, but these are stretchable fabric covers for your wall art. They come in a wide variety of abstract prints and sizes to fit the frame dimensions of your existing framed artwork. What if you don’t have any artwork on your walls yet and have a very small decorating budget? No problem, you can find old frames at thrift shops, flea markets or garage sales. And if you’re really strapped for cash, you can go the recycling route and use a pizza box. I suggest that you eat the pizza first though. 🙂 With no measuring, cutting, gluing or stapling, you’ll be able to spice up your home’s decor in no time. FrameWraps are priced from $5 to $20 each depending on size and design. Visit the FrameWraps site for more info.
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