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Consider yourself lucky! I wish I had sheetrocked walls in my garage, you can tape, mud and paint yourself? Put up art? Install shelves?
I agree wit Naomie. Tape, mud, prime and paint. Easiest solution.
Taping and spraying seems like it would be the easiest solution. If you don't want to do that, maybe cover it with some kind of wallpaper?
Behr deckover is not just for a deck, but works in a garage too, and works alot like: Texture additives in paint does but with a less textured look of course, due to the nap and the roller. The actual cost relies on how large of a garage this is, but likely you can get away with 3 cans and budget of $150.