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My night would have been much less frustrating had I read this. How to hang a picture properly!

How to hang a picture without losing your deposit! Great to share with new and existing residents!

How to hang a picture without losing your deposit

Let's Learn a Thing today! I hear a lot of comments on Offbeat Home about the difficulty people have with hanging things, so i'mma put on my Housewife hat and lay it all out for you: how to hang ar.

This is the most amazing thing I've ever seen: How to Hang Pictures Straight and Even 100% of the Time

Tape gridded wrapping paper to the wall (leveled) then hammer the nails for the pictures directly through the paper. When everything is lined up, lift the paper off over the nails and hang your picture--voila!

Arrange paper templates, nail them in, rip paper off, and hang picture on nail!  Bloody genius!!

Nail Holes How To: Make paper templates. Mark on each paper template exactly where the nail should go. Nail templates onto wall, nailing at the marks. Rip off the paper templates, and hang pictures on the nails.

(It doesn’t look straight but I promise it was.) Now all you do is take your screw and scratch tiny little marks on the wall through the hole in the tape. Once you pull the tape away you can see exactly where you need to drill.

A Hanging How-To

stick plaster at the back of fixture poke nails through it to create holes remove plaster stick it on the wall drill holes into the wall using the plaster's holes as the exact nail positions walla! no more holes all over the place.

A Hanging How-To | The Harpster Home

A Hanging How-To

Hanging Shelves, Hanging Mirrors and Hanging Towel Bars - Step by Step: The Family Handyman

Hanging Shelves, Hanging Mirrors and Hanging Towel Bars

E-Z Toggle Bolts have saved my drywall countless times! Never, EVER use those plastic 'anchors' they are meant to be buried in concrete, NOT DRYWALL! Hanging Shelves, Hanging Mirrors and Hanging Towel Bars

I wish I had thought of this.  It would have saved me a lot of time patching holes.

Hammer nail through a wooden ruler. Hang picture on that nail. Line it on the wall where you want it. Remove picture, push in nail to make an indent. Remove ruler, hammer another nail into the wall Hang your perfect picture up.

Place a length of masking tape along the edge of a level and mark the location of nail holes for your picture frame or shelf. Then simply transfer the level to the wall to ensure you hang your pictures straight.

Stick masking tape to the edge of your level and mark the keyhole centers on the tape. -- Level Hanging: Hang Artwork and Wall-hangings Straight and Level: The Family Handyman.