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Wall Art: What’s Your Style

Have you ever felt the frustration of a blank wall staring at you and you’re at a loss how to decorate it ? Me to! Where oh where do you begin? I’m staring at the blank wall in our living room with the same dilemma. I’ve shopped my house and pulled all sorts of different …
Kristi Guffey-Wenrich

A tried and true method. Cut scrap paper to the size of the frame and mark the nail location on the paper. Using painter's tape, move the paper templates around the wall until satisfied. Then hammer the nail through the marks. Remove the paper template and hang!

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A tried and true method. Cut scrap paper to the size of the frame and mark the nail location on the paper. Using painters tape, move the paper templates around the wall until satisfied. Then hammer the nail through the marks. Remove the paper template and hang!

Trace each frame on a piece of paper and make a mark where the nail needs to hang. Tape the entire paper to the wall and hammer in the nails. Remove the paper, hang the pictures, and—voila—your wall art is spaced perfectly.

Easy way to hang a cluster of frames! Cut out paper to match your picture frames, mark the nail hole on the paper, arrange on the wall and hammer in nails through paper

Picture frame hanging tip...you will want to make one of these right now!

Do this before making a gallery wall. Hold piece of paper on back of frame and mark with Sharpie where to put the nail-then tape back on wall and nail right through the paper! Voila!

This simple trick from Better Homes & Gardens. Simply cut any paper (newspaper works great too) to the size of your framed photography and position the paper on the wall with painter’s tape until you’re satisfied with the arrangement.

Template to hang curtains.

Totally did this and it saved me so much time and frustration!!! ----When hanging gallery wall, put paper templates up that match your frame size. Measure and mark where each nail should go. Put nail/anchor in the wall and remove paper from underneath before hanging picture.

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