|Chalk paint love, my friends!|
Try sawing off the bottom edges of a wooden frame and adding some wooden corner elements from your local lumber yard. Add a faux tin piece for the center, attached to a piece of wood cut to fit the size of your frame. (Most lumber yard type stores will do this for you if you ask, so bring your measurements!) If you like the look of the chunky chain, you can attach a length with eyelet screws--any hardware store will have chains of all sizes and colors, cut to whatever length you choose, and the eyelet screws, as well.
You can find Dixie Belle chalk paints at DIY Design Studio, and a faux piece of tin ceiling at her sister site, Altered Pages.
A Happy Thursday to you!