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Remove the cardboard backing from your frame, and turn the frame facedown (with the glass intact) on a clean work surface.
Place the back of the frame onto your back-panel fabric, trace it with a pen or pencil, and cut it out.
Place the handkerchief, doily or lace remnant onto the center of the glass, right side facing down. Lay the cut piece of back-panel fabric on top. Set aside.
Spray-paint the handles to match your frame and allow them to dry completely.
Position a handle on one side of the frame. Mark the screw holes with a pencil. Repeat on the opposite side.
Pre-drill shallow holes where you made your pencil marks. Screw each handle in place.
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