It has been a while since I have shared a fun find with you (the last time I shared my new butter dish ) and I am excited with my latest find!
If you have ever hung a group of pictures together, or even just two, then you know what a pain it is to measure and hang them all perfectly aligned. I never get it right the first time and end up making a ton of holes in my wall. Plus, I have lathe and plaster walls so it is messy. Then I found these little guys…..
I have this small wall in the dining area of the kitchen that has sat empty since I repainted the space. I wanted to add a couple of the photographs that I took last year of vegetables as part of my inexpensive kitchen art post. I cut thick rectangles out of some boards I had in the garage, stained them black, sealed them, and used spray adhesive to attach the photo. I am trying to decide if I should add some acrylic by screwing it on at the corners or adding a layer of Mod Podge to protect the photo.
Since these are the first pictures I have hung since buying the Perfect Picture Hangers, I was excited to test them out!
Since they are adjustable, I thought a super quick (less than 30 seconds) video would be the best way to show how they work.
I bought them on Amazon and for the gallery wall pack (affiliate) it was around $7 is all. I wish I would have had these when I did my gallery wall in the front room! I will be using them in the bedrooms downstairs as we get them done.
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