Today we are going to show you how to hang wooden letters with mounting tape!
Gather Letter Hanging Materials
Grab your letters, double-sided tape, a pencil, a level, and a cloth.
Create a Level Line as a Guide
Find the place on your wall where you want the bottom of your letters to sit. Place your level against the wall at this spot and run your pencil along the top of the level to create a guide line.
If you’re hanging up several letters, grab a straight edge (like a yard stick) and place it on the guide line you just created. Use your pencil to extend your guide line.
Wipe Off the Letters and the Wall
Use your cloth to remove any dust from both the letters and the wall.
Attach the Tape to the Back of the Letters
Cut out several appropriately sized pieces of tape and attach them to the backs of your letters. Remember, small letters will only need a few pieces while big letters will need several.
Don’t forget to attach pieces of tape to both the top and bottom of each letter to ensure a secure fit!
Mount the Letters on the Wall
Hold the bottom edge of each letter against the guide line to ensure that it’s level. Next, push the letter against the wall. Make sure to press firmly for a few seconds to ensure that the letter is secure.
You did it! Now it’s time to step back and admire your new home decor.
Double-sided tape may cause damage to wall upon removal. ShapeStack is not responsible for any damage or injury caused by falling letters. For a damage free method, check out our tutorial on hanging wooden letters using hanging strips!How to Hang Letters with Hanging Strips