Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with folk art:

6 letters:
co opt,
do not,
go not,
so not,
to not

7 letters:
go cart,
go kart,
no cost,
no part,
to cost,
to part,
do most,
do want,
no want,
so lost,
so most,
to most,
to want,
now got,
who got,
co host,
how not,
no. not,
now not,
one not,
who not

8 letters:
low cost,
now part,
two part,
go carts,
go karts,
no heart,
to heart,
now lost,
now most,
now want,
two most,
who lost,
who most,
who want,
no court,
to court,
low carb,
old dart,
one part,
to carve,
to start,
two cars,
two shot,
who shot

9 letters:
one heart,
known not,
no marked,
shown not,
so marked,
two parts,
whole lot

10 letters:
flow chart,
lose heart,
so shocked,
whole host,
beaux arts,
lower cost,
lower part

11 letters:
broke heart,
known heart,
slows heart,
stole heart,
stone heart,
whole heart,
whose heart,
who watched,
close chart,
flow charts,
throw darts,
whole caste,
folks start,
above heart,
above chart,
lower caste,
lower chart,
lowly heart,
stony heart,
lower heart

12 letters:
slowed heart,
closed heart,
growth chart,
stone arched,
those hearts,
whole hearts,
whose hearts,
embryo heart,
broken heart,
poetic heart

13 letters:
promote heart,
exposed heart,
glowing heart,
lowered heart

14 letters:
approach chart

15 letters:
approach charts

Some other possibilities:

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