She started with Fancy Focus to sharpen the focus on Webster in the background. Then she added a Daguerreotype effect, followed by Dark Edges, a Smudge texture to get the sort of grainy papery feel, a Daguerreotype frame, and finally a Museum Matte frame.
Here's the original:
By the way, our winner of last week's Name This Space Thingy Caturday Art Contest was old SoLT's dear friend Carolyn, with her entry "The Hare of the Dog." Special mention goes to Alasandra, the Cats and Dogs, who suggested that the artwork looked like a Tribble. Thanks for playing!