The main ingredients: Old metal rake with just the right amount of rust, metal chandelier part, architectural wood piece salvaged from a porch column. I drilled a hole in the wood piece with a 7/8" spade/paddle bit and sprayed the rake with a coat of clear matte acrylic sealer.
Instant picture holder.
Optional ingredients: Lens from a vintage camera, watch face picture, rhinestones, and a large antiqued silver filigree. This is the third life for the camera lens and rhinestones; part of the necklace I originally made broke after I dropped it.
I painted the gray column base with a coat of Old Ochre ASCP; it was a real close match to the original paint on the chandelier part. I used E6000 glue to attach the lamp part to the base and wood glue to secure the rake handle in the hole of the base.
I couldn't resist displaying this sweet old picture of a baby sitting in a California's Medium Prunes box. Click to enlarge. Too cute!