These days there are more-and-more options for ways to hang things on your walls, how is one to know what's best for each particular thing you're hanging in each particular place you're hanging it?
Things to consider…
- size of the object you're hanging
- weight of the object you're hanging
- location of where you're hanging it
- material of what you're hanging it on (drywall, wood, brick, etc.)
The 'Simply Tacky' was easy to use. All you have to do is pull off a piece, roll it and push it on the back of your picture and stick it on the wall! Simple and tacky.
We had this canvas for a few months before I finally found a home for it. I don't hang anything on our walls unless I love it (or fill space in our home with anything unless I love it for that matter), and as a young couple we still have a lot of empty wall space. So, anytime I find a piece for the wall that I love (at a decent price) it comes home with me. After getting it home and looking for a place to hang it, nowhere on the main-level was really speaking to me. So, I waited until we finished our bedroom to see if I could find a place for it there... and I did! I think this location is perfect, but if I change my mind I can very easily relocate it!
The canvas has been hanging there for a few weeks now, and I can happily report, so-far so-good!
Note: I found "Simply Tacky" at Hobby Lobby.
***Update: A week after writing this post, the canvas did fall off the wall... I guess Simply Tacky wasn't tacky enough and really might be the other definition of tacky after-all. I think I'll stick the the more obviously sturdy options, like a good ol' hammer and nail. At least I was willing to try a new alternative, right? Plus, after having the canvas hanging there for a couple of weeks, I know for sure that I like the location and have no problem making a nail hole now (so maybe it really was a good idea).***
*What alternative to a nail have you used to hang something on your walls?
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