Easy Trick for Hanging a Large, Photo Gallery Wall


Be as indecisive as you would like when arranging a large, photo gallery wall without damaging your paint or walls! There is one inexpensive secret ingredient to this tutorial: dollar store contact paper!
Easy Trick for hanging a Large, Photo Gallery Wall

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Easy Trick for hanging a Large, Photo Gallery Wall http://www.madincrafts.com/2013/01/easy-trick-for-hanging-large-photo.html
You can rearrange as often as you would like, but you will eventually need to check for level.

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You can rearrange as often as you would like, but you will eventually need to check for level. http://www.madincrafts.com/2013/01/easy-trick-for-hanging-large-photo.html
Our huge gallery wall, all finished.  No extra nail holes needed!

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Our huge gallery wall, all finished. No extra nail holes needed! http://www.madincrafts.com/2013/01/easy-trick-for-hanging-large-photo.html
Jessica Hill

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  • Change of Art
    on Apr 14, 2014

    Or, you could use frames that include the templates -- and the blue painter's tape. They show you exactly where the nail the special 'button' hanger – and they're printed to look like the frames, so you'll know exactly how it'll look before nailing. Bonus--they're changeable, and you can store prints in back. (100% made in USA - http://www.easy-gallery.com)

    • Jessica Hill
      on May 1, 2014

      @Change of Art That's a great idea! I wanted to use the frames I already had on hand.

  • Jesica
    on Mar 21, 2015

    What a great idea!

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