I find it difficult to find affordable prints that I really like, so I use other ways to fill frames and dress up my walls. My new favorite is to "frame" fabric.
The frames I used in this post were unused ones we already had, and the larger white one came from Goodwill. I just removed the dated print.
It's as simple as taking out the cardboard inside the frame (or cutting a piece to size) and covering it snugly with fabric using hot glue.
I glued one of our wedding photos in the middle of this one and placed two complimentary strips of ribbon on each side before replacing it and the glass. Here is the result!
Also, I needed something for my bathroom walls, since they've remained sadly bare for the past two months we have been in this house.
So, I used the same process with two smaller frames.
But instead of using a picture, I plucked a few leaves off some silk flower arrangements in the house, glued them on the fabric, and replaced the glass.
You can use any combination of fabric, pictures, ribbons, flowers, or leaves, or anything else you want to frame. It's a very inexpensive, beautiful, and versatile project! Enjoy!