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  1. Your walls look amazing Ann! I love that you find small spaces to hang it too. Small spaces are often neglected.

    I see my art on your walls! Woo!

    • Yay! Thanks, Sal! If my house weren't small, I don't think I would have even realized I *have* those spaces. Sometimes the things we think are limitations are actually helpful!

      And hell yes I have your art on my walls – all over the house, in fact!

  2. Ann are those frames made or purchased? One of my problems with framing is it is SOOOO expensive? And I am NOT handy. Hope you'll have tips for cheapo ways to hang art 😀

    • Deb, I get 75% of my frames from Goodwill or Salvation Army, because yes – you're absolutely right! Framing is ridiculously expensive! I will have lots of frameless ideas, I promise! 🙂

      Thanks for commenting!

  3. From doll-head chandeliers to "no mini wall left behind"…YOUR house has long been my inspiration for surrounding myself with all these beautiful things so special to me. I hope more and more folks follow your shining example. Vagina.

  4. Fantastic post. Really. I read it the other day (was mightily pleased to see something I made there!) and felt a renewed interest in hanging things. I even found these ATC mats at Etsy and got some 2 and 3 window mats: https://www.etsy.com/shop/customartframing?sectio

    Hooray! In fact I recently hung some other things due to your inspiration. Some of them are my own things, which makes me feel a little weird. But like you said, don't matter what everyone else thinks. (Also, they're in my office).

    • I am so glad I sparked your interest in hanging things again! Those mats are all kinds of cool. And seriously, I really hope you won't feel weird about hanging your own things. People who come here always assume I've made all the art on the walls, so clearly, no one finds that a strange idea. Nay, they even seem to expect it!

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