DIY:  Gallery Wall Arrangement Ideas - plus many other guides, such as yardage guides for upholstered furniture, window treatment & terminology guides, area rug size guides, etc. This is an excellent resource!!!

Gallery Wall Inspiration and Tips

DIY: Gallery Wall Arrangement Ideas - plus many other guides, such as yardage guides for upholstered furniture, window treatment & terminology guides, area rug size guides, etc. This is an excellent resource!!!

Photo Wall Collage Without Frames: 17 Layout Ideas

Photo Wall Collage Without Frames: 17 Layout Ideas

Wall Picture Collage DIY tutorial. This entire project was about $20. Items are:  *48 pictures printed at Walmart .09¢ each (x 48= $4.60) , * 2 - 20×30 black foam core boards ($3 x2 = $6), *Command brand Poster Strips ($2.50), *foam brushes (.97¢), *double sided tape ($2), *Mod Podge ($5),

Wall Picture Collage DIY tutorial. This entire project was about $20. Items are: *48 pictures printed at Walmart .09¢ each (x 48= $4.60) , * 2 - 20×30 black foam core boards ($3 x2 = $6), *Command brand Poster Strips ($2.50), *foam brushes (.97¢), *double sided tape ($2), *Mod Podge ($5),

Great ideas for picture frame "groupings"... this will help you to space out the family photos behind the sofa

10 Tips for Creating a Collected Gallery Wall

How To Hang Picture Frames As A Collage  DIY for the decorative challenged and easily overwhelmed.

Create a DIY Photo Gallery with Style

Bender Photo Collage - I used a 4' x 6' canvas with 12"x 14" blocks of 4x6"photos. Think quilt blocks. Glue pictures on with Elmers glue leaving a small border between. I nailed (every 12 inches or so)the canvas to wall behind random pictures to keep it smooth. We bought "primed" molding to frame it and nailed to wall. Paint trim to match woodwork. This has been up 18 months and still smooth.

Bender Photo Collage - I used a 4' x 6' canvas with 12"x 14" blocks of 4x6"photos. Think quilt blocks. Glue pictures on with Elmers glue leaving a small border between. I nailed (every 12 inches or so)the canvas to wall behind random pictures to keep it smooth. We bought "primed" molding to frame it and nailed to wall. Paint trim to match woodwork. This has been up 18 months and still smooth.

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