I purchased these 3 square frames from the thrift shop yesterday for $1.50. I cut off the white ribbon and painted the frames with Decoart Chalky Finish Paint in Lace.
Next I painted the hardboard frame backs with black acrylic craft paint.
Next I stenciled a snowflake on the glass from each frame with white craft paint and a Show Offs snowflake stencil.
I put the painted side of the glass down so the glass can be cleaned if it get fingerprints or dust, and I tied on a strip of torn muslin to hang my frames.
This was a super easy craft.
I hung them on my chalkboard wall in my kitchen.
My framed scrabble tile tree is also in this vignette as well as my thrift shop reindeer that I painted last month.
Simple farmhouse kitchen decor that didn't cost me hardly anything, and it's one of a kind!
I also added a star to my the top of my rolling pin display again this year! It's an alternative Christmas tree!