DIY wood art hanger
A quick and simple idea for hanging your art prints using just a bit of wood veneer tape. I think it’s a perfect fit for this super pretty XOXO print from Miss Poppy Design – man I love gold foil prints!
I picked up this veneer edging tape from Bunnings and have been racking my brain for something crazy to do with it, but sometimes it’s the simplest ideas that work best. I’ve been meaning to hang some art next to my bed for months so I’m loving how it turned out! I still have metres of the tape left though so who knows, maybe that crazy project will strike me one day soon?… ideas welcome!
- Veneer edging tape
- Craft glue
- String / cord for hanging
- Double sided tape
Cut 4 veneer pieces to size and glue them together. Sit them under a heavy book so they dry nice and straight.
I just used double sided tape to hold the strips to the front of the print but if you’re worried about damaging the print you could use a set of thin magnets between 4 finished strips of wood – so that the magnet holds the print in place between two strips.
Then just tie your string to the top piece and hang! I used some gold ribbon cord that I picked up from Lincraft last Christmas. (knew it would come in handy one day!)
Like my rad wood fabric bedhead? You can find that DIY tutorial here from a while ago too.
Have a good week gang!