on your walls can be a nerve wracking process, especially if you're a perfectionist. You do not want to sprinkle the wall with holes trying to get it right.
Chances are, you did it wrong all the time. Let's help you hang wall art the first time …
The tools and supplies you'll need:
How to Hang Art Perfectly
Step 1: Place the frame you want to hang onto a piece of craft paper. Draw the frame with a pen or pencil and cut out the template.
Step 2: Mark on the paper where the frame's hardware hangs. Then measure the distance between the top of the frame and the suspension point.
Step 3: Transfer this measurement to the paper.
Step 4: Use the painter's tape to temporarily attach the template to the wall.
Step 5: Take a step back and examine the template to make sure the spot where you want to hang the art before you nail it.
If this point looks and feels right, nail it in the center of the mark you made on the template.
Step 6: Rip the template and the tape. Put on your art and check if it is even.
And you're done! If you've done that right, you'll have avoided several attempts to hang up the art and sprinkle holes in your wall.
Now that the stress of hanging art is gone, it's time to look for.