Come on in! Join Pinterest only takes like a second or so.

More like this: masking tape and tapes.
Visit Site
Brenna Dearden
Brenna Dearden • 1 year ago

So smart and simple...Piece of masking tape on edge of level. Mark location of holes need to hang item then transfer to wall.

Related Pins

Use painters tape to mark the holes of the items that require two nails to hang, then place the tape on the wall and drill your holes.......D.

Use tape to measure distance between the two holes, then put the tape on the wall. Smart and simple!

Use a piece of blue painter's tape to mark the length between both holes. Grab the piece of blue painter's tape...using a level, place the tape evenly on the wall where you want your art work, or mirror hung. Hammer a nail into the top of both edges of the tape.

Painters tape, then double stick tape to hang posters and such without peeling paint off walls or putting thumbtack holes in walls

Lay out your gallery arrangement. Flip frames over. Mark hanger/nail spot on several pieces of wax paper taped together. Flip waxed paper over, tape to wall, nail into wall where indicated. Remove waxed paper. Hang photos. So smart

A tried and true picture hanging 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!.... Genius!!!

DIY Tip of the Day: Marking Pilot Holes for Mounting Brackets. Marking the pilot holes for miniblind or other small brackets is painstaking work. Here’s an easier way. Transfer the pilot holes to a piece of tape, and stick the tape where the bracket is to be fastened. Drill the pilot holes and mount your brackets.

Save yourself hundreds of dollars by taping your own walls. We’ll show you how. This article shows you everything you need to get perfectly smooth walls, without having to worry about nail pops, cracks and bad joints later.

I adore this idea! paper towel holder for storing/accessing ribbon, twine, tape, etc.

Hang electrical junction boxes

wish I'd known the last one before I went out and bought new tape!