I am not the best at hanging pictures, especially when trying to hang them in a straight line or in a pattern. But, thanks to my new technique, I no longer have any issues.
This is a modified idea of one you may have seen on Pinterest. All you need is your nails, hammer and a roll of painter's tape.
First, lay out your pictures on the ground how you want them to appear on the wall.
Next, cut a strip of painter's tape the same length as the pictures and line it up over the hangers.
Then, take your nail and poke a small hole right where it would hang. Once, done, place the painter's tape on the wall where you want the pictures to hang.
Using the holes in the painter's tape, hammer the nails into the wall.
Remove the tape and viola! Straight pictures!
These pics were hung when I was getting my guest room completely ready for our marathon of guests.
These particular pictures are very special, because they were a gift from Landon's sister, Allison, and her husband, Adam, the Christmas before we moved from Nashville. They are actually pressed leaves taken from the backyard of our Nashville house. They are absolutely gorgeous, and even though we no longer live in that house, they are a very sweet memory.
I also took the "Nashville" pictures and hung them up beside the bed.
And last but not least, I hung up my DIY Tennessee and Texas art.
I also added in a few "Texas" books for visitors to peruse.
I actually feel like, minus a bit of paint and some curtains, this room is almost complete.
What do you think?