- 2 planks of wood
2. On each plank of wood measure and mark where you would like your string to be placed. My first strand was 1' from the top and my second strand I placed in the center of the plank.
4. Place your string over the line that you measured and stick on the command strip. You can also tie your string around the strip for extra hold.
6. Once the second plank was in place I went back to the first one, took it off the wall, and repositioned it to align with the second plank. I used my ruler to mark the same bottom position on the wall to ensure that they were even. For extra precision you can use a level to ensure that all your placing is the same and level.
As you guys can see I got most of the tools I needed for this project from Amazon. You can also find them at your local crafts store like Michael's or even at Target. Those three are by far my favorite to shop at for crafting supplies. So I'm always excited during this time of year because I can stock up on gift cards to use on different projects throughout the next couple of months. But let's get real here, half of the gift cards I get I'll never get any use out of. For example, I'll never use my Dunkin' Donuts card because I don't drink coffee or my iTunes card because that's not something that I use either. But, here's the good news! I was recently introduced to an amazing website called Raise! On the website you can sell your gift cards and purchase them as well at a discounted rate so you can save yourself some money while you're at it! It's such an easy process and you'll actually be able to get something useful instead of having to hold on to gift cards that'll just take up space in your wallet .
Have you done any DIYs lately?