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DIY Art Hanger by Robert Mahar | Kin Community

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Robert Mahar is BACK with an amazing DIY that will save you from damaging your walls when you want to hang up your favorite posters or prints! This Magnetic Poster Hanger Project is easy and great as an activity to do this Summer with friends.

__Materials__
Four strips of wood
Sandpaper
Adhesive Backed Magnets
Eye Screws
Leather Cord

__Directions__
1.If necessary, cut wood strips to fit the width of your poster. Sand wood to remove any rough edges.

2.Peel and position three to four magnets on one side of one strip of wood. Place a second set of magnets on top of the first, remove the paper backing and sandwich a second strip of wood on top. Press firmly to make certain the magnets are securely adhered to the wood.

3. Repeat step 2 to create a second set of wood strips with magnets

4. Screw two small eye screws into one of the strips of wood. Cut a length of leather cord, place on end through one eye screw and tie a knot in the end. Place the other end of the leather cord through the second eye screw and tie a knot in the end. This creates your hanging loop.

5. Separate the pair of wood strips with the hanging loop. Position the top of your poster over the magnets and sandwich the second strip on top. Repeat this step, placing the second set of strips at the bottom of the poster.

6. Your poster is now ready to hang and display! You can easily swap out the poster without damaging the paper.
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