Creating a gallery wall… {WI Portrait Photography}

Often when clients are ordering portraits they are doing so with the idea of creating a collage of images on a wall or walls within their home. I receive calls and emails asking me the best way to hang these images quite frequently. I’ve always said to use craft paper, trace the frame, cut out the frame, tape them to the wall until things are where you’d like them, then proceed to measure and pound your nails and hang. HOWEVER… I found this great tutorial using wax paper that I thought was worth passing along. I love that you can see through the wax paper to make sure you mark where the hanging mechanism is on the frame exactly without having to measure, what a smart idea!

Marissa over at Roost-Home has a long hallway that needed a sprucing up so she created this method and it worked great for her. Hopefully it will work equally as well for all of you. I plan on doing this when I finally get around to finishing up my great-room wall.

Wax paper layed out over gallery.

Putting it up on the wall

Happy Hanging!

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