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You'll need the following: A coat hanger Paperclips (not pictured) Paper Measuring tape Pliers, preferably two Scissors (optional) Electrical tape (optional)
Cut the hook off of the coat hanger, so we can start bending. It may take a bit of strength.
Straighten out the majority of the hanger, but leave the end bent, we'll cut this off later anyways.
Try to find the relative middle of the wire, it doesn't need to be exact. Measure out about 7 inches, or a little less than the width of ...
Mark one inch from each bend just made. Then bend these straight up, it should look like the second picture when you're done.
From the point we just bent, measure 5 inches, or half the length of your paper. At the five inch mark, start bending a "U" shape, and clip ...
Slide a paperclip onto the hook, then pinch the hook closed. Make sure the paperclip won't slide off. Repeat on the other side.
Just attach a piece of paper with the paperclips, and finished. You can add some electric tape to the corners that touch the surface, for a little grip. ...
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