Have you ever tried to hang a picture and could NOT get the placement right on the first try? Or second? This little picture frame hanging tip is going to be a lifesaver for you!
Where I learned this tip:
While on maternity leave (which is sadly coming to an end soon), I had HGTV on in the background nearly every day. On one of those days I happened to look up when Get It Sold with Sabrina Soto (sadly no longer airing) was on. You know, its the one where Sabrina stages homes for hopes of a quicker sale. Well, she preparing to hang frames on the wall when she whipped out this homemade tool to mark the perfect placement of the frame on the wall!
So I decided to make my own version of this handy tool.
Sabrina had a long piece of wood that looked like an extra thick paint stirrer, and to one end she had a screw screwed into it. I decided to make a scaled down version with a nail and a clothespin since most of the photos I hang aren’t any larger than an 8×10.
I simply hammered a nail into a clothespin.
And if you’re curious as to why I used a clothespin its because
1) I have a ton of them and
2) Because the one end can double as an extra thick piece of wood so my nail will stay nice and straight when I use it.
When I knew where I wanted the frame to go I simply gave the top of the frame a light tap…
Did you just have a “why didn’t I think of that moment?” I only ask because I SO did when I saw this on television!
This little picture frame hanging tip worked like a charm on my son’s new photo collage! Each and every photo evenly spaced and hung right on the first try!
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