Did you know you can “frame” fabric, too? All the more reason to collect pretty prints! (via Spoonflower)
House By Hoff made these letter tags to serve as a message board — but this would be cute with cards and small art prints, too!
Board + nailhead = easy change photo art. (Love Grows Wild)
Save calendar art for fun easy art display! String or leather cord holds these together, it appears. (Up To Date Interiors)
Frame a set of small prints or book pages in this great frame by Build Basic.
A metal grid and clips make for an easy message board and art display. (via My Domaine)
No frame? No problem! Add height to a shelf arrangement by using washi tape to tape a print on the wall behind the shelf. (mittogvaarthjem)
Install floating frames around small mounted photos or prints — how stunning is that? (BHG)
Use a wood slice for a desktop display (vtwonen)
An easy driftwood ladder makes a great photo center! (Morning Creativity)
And a branch + string looks great, too! (Bre Thurston)
Reclaimed wood plus aged metal make for a lovely contrast to bright crisp colors in the frame. Tutorial here.
When you’re arranging a whole wall display, it’s okay to intentionally leave some open space! (Crafts By Courtney)
String art, right on the wall (or on a board for renters) — add some clips for an art display! (The Caldwell Project)
A couple old boards, plus clothespins or clips makes for easy portable art. (via Design Sponge)
Wood + magnets makes for a great poster frame! (Apartment Therapy)