I wasn't quite sure when I picked it up what I'd do with it but by the time I got home I knew I'd make one of my cheater chalk art projects... but this time I wouldn't paint the backside of the glass, I'd just cover it with a piece of black paper I had on hand which was packed around an art print I ordered. I wasn't sure if the glass was old and so I didn't want to paint it, just in case.
The backside is pretty rough and it looks like the glass is attached with wax, it's brittle so I don't think this was a hot glue project.
Once I decided on some chalk art I went through my stack of prints... pinned and printed from Pinterest, of course. I realized THIS one was the perfect one... and with a little tweaking on the layout...
I have this! I really love the cracked paint and chipped bits on this frame.
I even had the perfect spot to hang it. I've been playing around with this little area in the corner for a while now. It's changed many, many times but this time I think I'm finally satisfied.
It's kind of tucked behind the front door... although that door is usually opened, with the glass you can still see what is on that wall and I like the way the door kind of sets it off and frames it.
I'd say an accurate vignette of me and my vintage soul,