I love to display photos. And though I am fond of random, some things cry for symmetry. My photo displays are one such thing.
Here is an idea for a Quick, Easy Photo Display that can work anyplace on any budget.
This is so easy! My instructional photos aren't great because I made this display down in the dungeon that is my workshop. So forgive the poor lighting.
Mark the center on the back of each photo along the top, then punch a hole.
Repeat for each photo.
Using your measuring stick (or a laser level) mark a grid onto your desired wall. I used twelve 4x6 photos. I marked every 6 inches across and every 8 inches down. I used colorful tacks so you could see, but clear tacks would disappear or you might even want to use pretty brass tacks.
Now, simply hang each photo onto a tack:
See? They are just hanging on the tacks - easy peasy!
Check out the finished grid:
And I'm among friends, and we all know I'm hopelessly messy, so I'll show you the wall above my work table:
I used photos of my trip to Paris, but imagine sepia photos of your children, of numbers, of letters, of your beloved pet...anything could make a meaningful and beautiful display.
Come back tomorrow to link up for Tutorial Tuesday. It's YOUR chance to teach ME something!