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  • Beth Morris

    Hanging pictures made easy.....using templates

  • Nadine Morais Turner

    IDEA to help around the house: Photocopy the back of the item you want to hang, and then use the copy as the template of where to drill/screw/nail the holes.

  • Anneske Du Plessis

    DIY :: when you have to hang something with exact holes, photocopy the back and use as a template. Great idea!

  • Redbeacon

    Check out this lifehack! "When you have to hang something with exact holes, photocopy the back and use that as a template"

  • Esther Bartels

    More life hacks! Love the one about photocopying. Great idea.

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Photocopy the back of whatever you want to hang. Tape to the wall for perfect alignment before drilling holes. This is brilliant.

DIY :: when you have to hang something with exact holes, photocopy the back and use as a template. Duh

Photocopy the back of the item you want to hang, and then use the copy as the template of where to drill/screw/nail the holes. Great for little things around the house. I use this method with my Canon PIXMA MX870 Wireless Office All-in-One Printer.

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