I washed it up in hot soapy water and sanded the drawer front a bit with sandpaper.
Then I painted the drawer inside and out with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Old White.
One thing about drawer shelves is that the shelf part can be very narrow. I decided to try and extend the shelf with an extra board, a 1" x 6" scrap.
Instead of painting the board white, I stained it with a dark walnut stain.
You can see how the board extends past the drawer.
The drawer is then screwed into the board from the bottom with 3 screws. I painted the bottom of the board in old white to match the drawer.
The old hardware was replaced. I really like the old drawer pull. It's too bad that it won't show much on top of the drawer shelf.
For hanging the drawer shelf, I added a saw toothed picture hanger. I used longer nails and nailed into the drawer front panel for extra strength.
This is how my drawer shelf looks dressed up for Easter!
I may hang the shelf in my kitchen after painting or maybe even outside under the covered patio with small pots of impatiens. I will seal the shelf with polyurethane if I decide to put it outside, otherwise I will add a coat of Annie Sloan Clear Wax.