I wasn't really thinking of using it as is, but the frame's basket weave pattern was interesting.
I painted the frame Rusteoleum American Accents Heirloom White.
I Mod Podged the frame's cardboard backing.
Then I placed the Mod Podge side of the cardboard down on a piece of burlap fabric.
I placed the glass on top and the can of paint for a few minutes to flatten the cardboard until it adhered to the burlap.
I removed the glass and paint can and let the piece dry for several hours, and then trimmed the burlap around the cardboard edges.
Here's where the other $3 come in. I purchased two black hammered handles for 99 cents each at Menards. My husband attached them to each side, and I painted them white too.
I also used tacky glue to attach four 1 inch wooden toy wheels to the bottom of the frame. I also painted them white. Now my frame has become a little tray.
It is perfect for displaying a little vignette.
Since Easter falls in March this year instead of April, my little vintage angel figurine (made in Japan) doesn't really work this Easter.
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