This project turns treasured family photographs into sentimental wall art.
Photo: Laurey W. Glenn,
While the paint is drying, get the frames ready to hang. Screw a ½-inch eyehook into the top back corners of each frame. Estimate the location of each and mark the wall lightly with a pencil at the top of each frame. Measure the distance from the ceiling to your marks. Double that number, add 20 inches, and cut twine to length. Thread one end of twine through each eyehook, and loosely tie them in the middle of the back of each frame. The extra twine will allow you to adjust your frames later.