ruler, pencil, scissors, pliers, brown paper, glue, small clamp, small nails
#1- 4 Remove nails (pliers), and backing, save, find smaller nails
#1-3: remove glass (watch out for those sharp edges), wash and dry - note the lovely thickness of the old glass.
#4 - discover crack in frame.
Fill crack with wood glue, clamp, let glue dry (do something else for at least an hour).
Re-assemble - glass, picture, backing cardboard. Push nails in carefully to original nail holes with pliers. Put screw eye in original hole. Trace shape of back onto brown paper. Cut out, trim, and trim again until the brown paper edges are 'barely inside' the outside edge of the frame. Glue. (hint: cut a small slit for each screw eye before gluing). Spray back of paper lightly with water. Let it dry (sunshine Tuesday was a great help for fast drying time).
Paper shrinks taunt. Reattach wire. Project completed. Put supplies away.
Thanks Centsational Girl for tutorial on making a opaque labels for pictures
using Pixlr (first picture in this post).
Thanks PicMonkey for tools for editing, watermarking and framing first picture.
Thanks iPiccy for tools for collages, text, watermarking, framing and sizing.