Tip: Remember the tools to use from last week's blog.
1. Gather the art you want to hang. Are all the frames similar in style and shape? Depending on your style, they can be similar in style and color. But be imaginative. Use different frames for a more eclectic feel.
2. Put butcher paper or even newspapers on the floor to use as a template. Lay your frames on the papers to create the group. Measure the same distance between each frame for a consistent look; usually about one inch. Move around if necessary to find the right shape for your pictures. Mark the nail holes on the paper.
3. Tape the paper to the wall. Next, pound the nails into the wall using the nail hole marks made while the paper was on the floor. Take paper down from the wall and add your frames. Happy hanging!