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Tips for Hanging Art

Brittany Fields

Get the canvas that has the center if each side unblocked. All you need is a nail and your painting, it'll be fine. Now if you have a large heavier piece then yes, buy a kit with hooks, wire and string the painting so that it can hang flush with the wall. Hanging a piece of art is not hard, you can't rotate it to fit your design.


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