How to attach posters to a painted wall?
I painted one wall matte black and want to attach space posters on it permanently and splatter "stars" around where the posters are not.
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Push pins would work.
I usually use fun tack. If I can avoid putting any holes in the wall I will. Fun tack is like a rubbery putty that gets sticky when you knead it in your fingers. It shouldn't take paint off.
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- Steps. Clean your hands before handling. Lay the poster flat. Clean the space on the wall where you plan to put the poster. Use a removable adhesive. Attach the removable adhesive to the back of the poster. Put up the poster. Peel to remove. Use a magnetic based hanger for a non-sticky way of doing it.
I wouldn't attach them permanently. You may want to repaint in the future. Clear push pins would work. If you DO want them permanent use Mod Podge on the backs of the posters, hang them on the wall, smooth them out.
Rather than permanently attaching them, you could seal the posters and then mount with either fun tack, double sided tape, or mounting squares. If you decoupage the posters to the wall and ever change your mind, it will wreck the wall.
If you are set on permanent mounting, then decoupage is probably the best way to achieve it.
Permanently attaching anything is a bad idea. Your tastes will change. And even if it doesn't, think of future homeowners. Mod podge would ruin the drywall.
Use washi tape instead and switch it out.