First stop: Etsy, to find some scrapbook paper that I liked (I couldn't find any at my local craft store that I liked). I was successful and paid under $10 for a pack of it.
Second stop: The dollar store where I found some white, plastic square frames with el cheap-o ribbon on the tops of them (I ripped that stuff off!)
Third stop: Wally world for some spray paint (I made sure it worked with plastic).
Fourth stop: My parent's back yard to spray paint the frames (after ripping the ribbon off of them).
Final stop: The apartment where I filled them with the paper and then hung them on the wall.
Final cost of the artwork: $20 (9 picture frames, paper and a can of spray paint for plastic). Now that's apartment decorating that my husband doesn't mind!
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