You see, I had inherited two red and white gingham aprons, then one day when the stars aligned I came across a whole rack of vintage aprons at a thrift store. I almost knocked this lady down to get to them but she moved on before I had to resort to desperate measures. Four beautiful aprons came home with me and then I had the problem of how to display them. Enter the chalkboard/photo frame thingy.
I took the chalk rail off with a hammer and after sanding it glued it to the middle. Then I spray painted it "Heirloom White", the best color around! Using the glass as a guide I cut out cardboard to fit the photo opening and modge podged some pretty paper on them. Several years ago our Nana gave me all her old clothes pins and in the mix were there antique ones with spiraled wire instead of the usual spring thing. I've saved them all this time in an old mason jar for just the right project and for me they really make the whole thing sing. I hung it in my laundry room where I can see it often and easily reach which ever apron I need to feel Cleaverish that day! Be sure to check out Trash to Treasure day at Reinvented. I am very sorry there is no link, I'm unable to figure that out just yet