The frame was perfect for Halloween as it already had a spider on the glass. On the reverse side, I placed masking tape along the edges of the frame (please forgive the glare).
I applied a layer of etching crème over the glass and allowed it to sit for 15 minutes.
After 15 minutes, I removed the etching crème and placed it back in it's original container since it is reusable. Then I rinsed the glass and buffed it dry. etchallⓇ etching crème created a frosted appearance behind the spider.
Next, I painted the frame with assorted colors of Prima Marketing paints. Once dry, I decorated with assorted die cuts using Styletech Crafts vinyl.