Measure your space to determine your photo wall dimensions.
Choose a layout for your photos as well as how many photos and how large you want them to be.
Choose photos to use in your photo wall. Ideally, put them in a digital collage based on your layout that shows what the wall will look like.
Order photo canvases in the sizes and styles to fit your layout and space.
Once photos arrive, lay them out to make sure they look cohesive and fit well together.
Put hanging hardware on your photos. Wipe down the wall with a cloth to remove any dust or residue prior to hanging.
Hang your first photo on the wall starting either closest to an object you need to work around (doorbell, light switch, etc.) or starting at one corner. Use a measuring tape and level to make sure it's straight.
Continue adding photos to your photo wall until you've hung all of your photos.
Step back and make sure everything is straight, lined up, and looks like you want it. Make any final adjustments then enjoy your completed project.
Check out CanvasDiscount.com before finalizing your layout to see what canvas size options they have. There are definitely set sizes available, and you want to keep that in mind when creating your layout.Cut out a spacing card that’s the dimensions you want to space the pictures apart. We happened to space ours exactly the height of our level so we didn’t use one but normally we would. If you want your canvases spaced 1 inch from one another, cut out a card that’s 1 inch wide that you can use for spacing. So much easier than trying to use a measuring tape or ruler!Remove backing one photo at a time. If you’re using 3M photo strips or any other adhesive backing like we did, take it one photo at a time rather than removing the backing all at once. If you end up having to adjust things, take breaks to deal with kids, etc. you don’t want those backings off.
Recipe from Britni Vigil at http://www.playpartyplan.com