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Here is my method for measuring and hanging framed pictures. Your art will end up at the correct viewing height and will be even with other frames in ...
Tape measurePencil and paperPicture hangers (hooks)HammerArtwork
Locate the wall you are hanging the picture on. If you are hanging a few of them, line them up at the base of the wall and space ...
Calculate the vertical line for the hanger, like from a corner or window, or in the middle between two windows, and make a small pencil mark at about ...
Measure the height of the frame. Write it down. ( H )
Measure the distance behind the frame from the top of the wire to the top of the frame. I do this by hooking the tape measure on the ...
On a piece of paper make a diagram (this helps me). Make these calculations:Take frame height ( H ), divide by three. This is ( E ) Measured ...
Measure from your 66 inch mark UP 2 3/8 inches, and that is where the hook of you hanger goes. Make a mark.
Grab your hammer. Line up the pencil mark with the hanger hook, with the nail above it. Hold the nail securely as you hammer it lightly, you don't ...
Hang your art. Level the frame. Admire.This art is from Rob Cohn, photographer.
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