What should I do with this amazing find?

I found this super cool graphic... Um... Thing (I think it was tabletop?) down the street from my house. It's plastic and I have no further information on it, but I LOVE it and it totally deserves more than leaning against the wall...

I'm not super handy, but I'm open to all suggestions.

PS the colors are much better in person but it's really hard to get a good picture of
q what should i do with this amazing find
  9 answers
  • Vanessa Vanessa on May 19, 2017
    That is so retro, Maybe hanging it by a window so the sun shines through.

  • Susan Savarese Susan Savarese on May 19, 2017
    Good Morning! That IS cool looking! I'm thinking hard as to what you can do with it, too! Other than using it as a table top as well, hmmm...I'll be back with some ideas!

  • Deanna Abreu Deanna Abreu on May 19, 2017
    frame it with a black frame and hang it on your wall

    • Kat21650832 Kat21650832 on May 20, 2017
      That wld look cool but, unfortunately, I don't think my apt walls could support it

  • Patricia Patricia on May 19, 2017
    Wow I love the colors, too! You could frame it and either leave the back clear or add a white matte which would further highlight the colors. Great find!

    • Kat21650832 Kat21650832 on May 20, 2017
      Ooooooh... I love the idea of the white background, whether I frame it, or not... Thanks 😊

  • Jacqueline Hess Jacqueline Hess on May 19, 2017
    I don't usually reply to people questions like this, but I am mediately thought what a cute message board! Find magnets that are larger like the ones you can find on a roll, cut a piece and glued to the back of each dot, and then find cute little magnets that you like and use them to hold messages to the family or friends etc.

    • Kat21650832 Kat21650832 on May 20, 2017
      Good idea and a great technique to know... But I'm single, child free, and live alone... I feel like it's way too big for my current message board needs lol

  • Carole Carole on May 19, 2017
    I would bring it to a glass/mirror place ask him to drill three holes 1 1/4" from top,. Two on bottom.. thread wax coated garden twine thru holes in top tie a knot do three times and braid them about 14-18" and on bottom of glass same technick with wax coated twine dangle favorite bauble's. Take small 18" piece of dowel attach braids know and dip in wax add another braid in middle and hang on your porch cute sun catcher

    • Kat21650832 Kat21650832 on May 20, 2017
      I don't have a porch, but I like the idea a LOT... Maybe I can turn it into some kind of crazy lighted hanging thing... Hmmmm

  • Kat21650832 Kat21650832 on May 20, 2017
    So many good ideas! It is absolutely too heavy for my walls, unfortunately.

    Keep em coming and thanks for the suggestions so far

  • C. D. Scallan C. D. Scallan on May 20, 2017
    Take measurements to Lowe's (or wherever you get your DIY stuff) get quarter inch plywood backing , thin molding for the frame , and legs with mounting . Paint or stain , whatever flips your wig, and seal. Voila ! You have the coolest little end table on the block ! I can't wait to see the end product !

  • Kat21650832 Kat21650832 on May 20, 2017
    Thanks for the instructions. I wldnt have known where to start!