This is what I started my project off with:
I flipped the image over and traced the whole image on the back of it using a pencil. I then laid it right side up on contact paper and rubbed all over the image in order to transfer my pencil markings onto the front of the contact paper. Once I did that I then went over the faint lines on the contact paper in pencil again. When I was done I used a craft knife/exacto knife/razor blade thingy to cut out my stencil. I peeled away the back of the contact paper and stuck it on my burlap.
I then got to work on my picture frames, cause there was no way I was going to leave them that dark bronze gray color after I worked so hard on the new art going inside of them.
I first used Rust-Oleum's Professional Fast drying Gray Primer to cover the frames.
I painted the frames silver. I used again my favorite of spray paint, Rust-Oleum, in a silver metal finish.
And I'm linking this post up to the Shanty2Chic blog, so if you're interested head on over their to find some more great ideas for your own home.