View Full Version : Displaying alphabet frieze

10-26-2004, 12:52 AM
I have a beautiful alphabet and number frieze from my mother in Australia. I want to hang it in the nursery, but as we're currently renting, I don't want it permanently affixed to the wall. However I hang it, I don't want any damage to the cards as I will re-hang it once we've bought our own home (sometime in next year).

Currently the frieze is in one long piece, but I could cut it into individual pieces.

I've seen the Martha Stewart idea by using 2 lenghts of molding nailed to the wall, and placing the cards between the molding - any other ideas?

ETA: the frieze is made from card, and I'm worried about it getting damaged.

ellies mom
10-26-2004, 01:23 AM
They have that blue tacky stuff for hanging stuff on walls. It might hold it up. Or maybe you could buy those clips that are removable usually you see them with hooks or wire clips. It uses a double sided tape that is removable when stretched. You could just use the tape and skip the hooks. I'd try both out first to make sure they don't mark the cards.