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Gallery Wall. No reason to drill holes in the wall; so easy to move frames around and change the pictures

use Michaels $5 12x12 frames ( I think they call them record album frames). Black and white photo's, and you could even cut 12x12 scrapbook paper for the mat effects.

Picture Layout - lay out your pics as shown on top of a piece of clear plastic. Lift each picture individually and mark where you need to make a hole using pen on the plastic. Once all are drawn on, remove pics and place plastic on wall, drill through each mark and hey presto, each picture wall-mounted perfectly

Use a bungee cord to instantly hang a second sheer curtain panel behind existing curtains instead of hanging a second pole. // No extra holes in the wall, measuring or drilling

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78 Layouts for Hanging Photographs and Artworks on Empty Walls Like a Pro

Arranging pictures on a wall (found on Shutterfly)

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How to Use Picture Frames to Create a Wainscoting Effect

You are KIDDING me!! Easy wainscotting idea: buy frames from Michaels, glue to wall and paint over entire lower half. Got this tip from a savvy home improvement person. Kitchen bar

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!