Picked this up last night from Hobby Lobby (still not a fan of some of their corporate policies, but their framing department is the only local one I trust...). It is a gift for one of my nieces.
The design is from an older booklet titled "A is for Always," an alphabet collection featuring the drawings of Joan Walsh Anglund. I remember reading several children's books she illustrated, and both my mother and I thought her characters were rather charming.
The framer kept trying to use a wood/brown frame with this, but I insisted she try the green metal one. After I left it, I started second-guessing myself, but I'm glad I didn't go back! I think this works perfectly, and keeps the darker colors from being overpowered by a dark frame. (Don't mind the plastic - since it has to be shipped, I didn't bother taking it out of the package.)