If you're worried that you've got no artistic ability, fret not my friend! Photoshop offers a neat feature called Photoshop Shapes, which are vector-based free-to-use images that you can easily click and drag to suit your needs. These handy little pieces of art range from simple boarders and tags, great for highlighting photos, to shapes of animals, bits of nature, and more. The possibilities are endless! Here's a quick tutorial on how to find and use shapes:
Select Custom Shapes in Photoshop. This is under the line tool/shape tool in the side menu, and you may need to click and hold to see it.
At the top options bar, you'll see a picture and down arrow. Click on the down arrow, and when the flyout pops down, click the small encircled arrow. This brings up another menu. In this menu, pick a name of a set of shapes you might like to look into. I'm going to check out ornaments.
Now, simply select the shape you would like to use, and make sure your foreground color is set to the color you would like your shape to be.
Press this option over here:
Now click and drag out your new shape! Holding shift will constrain the proportions so you don't end up with anything too distorted.
Why is this such a great tool, you ask? Here are some examples of frames, tags, and fun elements that you can create with the Adobe Photoshop Custom Shape tool: