So how to begin? First and foremost, know your proportions. How big is the space and how many frames do you want to include? Here are sample layouts to choose from:
And then say adios to old school hooks because double-sided velcro now reigns supreme in the wall game.
Easy instructions at the back
But if you want something more visual, here ya go!
Step 1: Arrange the frames then wipe the back surface
These are our favorite wedding snaps, printed in black and white
Step 2: Take a set of strip...
...and fold to bind them together forever
Step 3: Peel one side...
Better to have someone to throw voice commands at you, like up up down down left right left right, you know?
If it's tabingi, it's his fault, not yours. LOL
And we're done!
Say hello to my husband, who blends in with the sofa! Haha!
Do you also have a photo wall in your home? Show it here!
Kalurks! I have the same damage-free hanging churva at home! But I haven't put up my frames yet. Grumble. My frames are the color of your/our wall. But they're grouped together already. Hmmm...ReplyDelete
Haha, because we're super friends like duttt! Work on your photo wall na! Demanding? HahaDelete
Oks-oks-oks. I will. Hopefully during the long weekend :-)Delete
i want my own photo wall someday! sa dami nga lang ng pics, i wouldn't know where to start hahaha!ReplyDelete
oh yeah you've got tons! maybe choose photos from the super important events like your wedding or honeymoon! dun palang you can complete a set na! :)Delete