Great art is at your fingertips if you just look around your house. You don't always need special art supplies, just common products you probably use every day anyway, or have on hand from previous projects.
All you need to make this geometric wall hanging is a bunch of burnt matches. This star pattern was made by Treasures & Travels.
Make a fabric wall hanging with some fabric and some bleach, like this faded blue one from Fish & Bull.
It doesn’t get much easier than this color blocked print from cut paper, from The Decoist. It's all about the color of the paper for me.
If the kids on Art Bar Blog can make this beautiful marbled paper from shaving cream, so can you. Imagine it framed and on your wall.
Sticks and yarn or twine will get you one of these imperfectly perfect sculptures by Elise Vaughn for Simply Grove.