All I had to do at this point was attach the frame to the yellow hanger tool and align it over the top of the paper template. I used the level attached to the yellow tool and pushed the button to make the tiny wall hole. Next I installed the tiny anchor, tore the paper off the wall and hung the frame. I’ve gotten pretty handy with the drill over the years, so this went pretty fast!
There are three more posts to come in this series:
- Turning a framed print into a chalkboard
- Inexpensive cardboard letters finished with an antique brass look
- Mini moss covered wreath
Please feel free to ask questions if you are unsure of a step. I highly recommend this for hanging a gallery wall. It allows you the freedom to plan and move things around before making holes in the wall!
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