I purchased this wooden, three oval frame at a church rummage sale this spring for 25 cents.
Actually I purchased another similar, three oval frame at the same sale for 25 cents, and almost immediately it became an "EAT" sign with a hook here. But then I got super busy with flower garden planning and planting, and nothing was done to the second frame.
I also painted the second frame with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Old White.
I wet distressed the frame with a terry cloth rag, and waxed it with clear wax.
I also added 1/2" hex chicken wire to the back of the frame with staples.
I downloaded this oval vintage baking powder graphic from Knick of Time blog. Angie always has great old advertising graphics!
I tied on two biscuit/cookie cutters to the chicken wire with strips of muslin, and I used a miniature wooden craft clothespin to attach the oval Royal Baking Powder graphic to the center space.
If you collect vintage kitchen utensils like I do, it's fun to find interesting ways to display them, and this project is very easy too!
This Baking Powder graphic is also available at the Knick of Time blog. I think I may like it better because the lettering is bigger!