He resides over our fireplace mantel.
Unfortunately he had a fatal accident with an automobile in the Fall of 2014 in the city of Maple Grove, MN (hence his name). Hubby was on a call list for road kill, yes, I know it's a bit Redneck, but once we saw him we decided to give him a second chance to strut his stuff.
This is how he has been displayed for the past year or so in our living room.
I hadn't completely figured out what I wanted to do with this room, but I do like Grover right there greeting us as we come in the front door.
I finally decided that I wanted to frame Grover out and give him a more substantial place over the mantel. I found this frame below that I felt would work.
I bought a piece of burlap fabric the width I needed and then cut it down to size and used spray adhesive to put it right over top of the picture that was in this frame. (A somewhat ugly floral print)
With lipstick on the back hook of Grover I positioned him on the frame so that I would know where I wanted him to sit.
Then I took a large Forstner bit from my hubby's shop and attached it to the drill and drilled out a hole for the spot where Grove already hung from the wall.
Positioning the frame over the hook I found the spots to hang the frame and attached it then placed Grover over top of the frame on his previous spot.
As you can see the picture underneath sort of shows through. I need to take it all down, and either flip the picture of spray paint over it so that the lighter flower outlines don't show through. It's not super annoying....just slightly. UPDATE: I did just that and now you can't tell there is anything underneath. Just flipped the picture to the back.