Friday, May 08, 2009

{ Hanging Plates Tip Using Command Strips}

I have been asked by a few friends where I got my plate hangers, well I didn't use actual plate hangers (you know the wire ones....)
I used these! 
I know brilliant right?!
These are so FABULOUS!! I love that they don't require nails and when I'm sick of this look I can easily remove them.
I like to think of them as Invisible Pantie lines for my wall! :)

Don't you love how the one is crooked,
yeah I'm sure I was drunk on some Cadbury Eggs that night.

Here is a Link for $5.00 off Command Products and the best part is you can print it off as many times as you would like it's a PDF file!!
Click here!
Just sharing the love, now go hang something!

Have a Great Weekend!
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23 comments:

  1. I use those same hangers, and I'm pretty sure they have saved my life. Well, that might be a little dramatic, but they ARE amazing! I love the plates against that wall. Do you know what the paint color is? I love it!

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  2. oh thank you! I need this tip. i have plaster/lathe walls and NEVER put nails in them for fear the whole thing will come tumbling down when I try to move anything.

    wire plate hangers are hard to find. i'm glad these are out there!

    and a coupon to boot!! wow, is it my birthday?

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  3. Very cool! The plates look great!

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  4. Wow! Thanks for the tips! I am surprised that they hold the weight of a plate. They have a nice clean look too. Love that! I am going today to pick some up... :)

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  5. I would never have thought of those! thanks!

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  6. I, too, am surprised they hold the weight of the plates. Wow!

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  7. Okay, you officially ROCK!! I wouldn't have thought of using those thingies. Wow, love it!!
    Elise

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  8. Are you sure those won't fall?? I use the 3M command for lots of things, but never thought about plates, it would save a ton of money on plate hangers, I am just afraid one will come crashing down... hahahaha

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  9. Have I mentioned lately just how stinking cool you are???

    And I love your wall color!

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  10. This is way too easy for me to have figured out on my own. Thanks for the tip...coupon too!

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  11. truly didn't know that these things were even out there. amazing new fangled gadgets :o). Awesome tip!! Do you know how much weight they support?. . .maybe it says on the package. . . .I'll go look. :o)

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  12. These are great until they stop working and stuff falls off the wall and breaks. Yes it happend to me and a friend.

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  13. Really cool! Thanks for sharing the tip.

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  14. Super idea! The plate arrangement looks great and thanks for the link to the coupons!

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  15. Oh... I love those things. We have a wall with concrete behind it, so there's no nailing anything... and certainly don't want to mess up the paint!

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  16. What a great idea - I've got six plates just waiting for me to hang them, but I'm tired of putting holes in my freshly painted home! Thanks.

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  17. I love these things! They are SO handy!!! We have used them all over...in the basement with the cinderblock walls, etc. But I hadn't thought to hang plates from them. Thanks for that suggestion!

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  18. I just got back from a trip to Walmart to get those wire hanger thingys, but I've never really liked them and it was more than I wanted to spend, as I have 10 plates I want to hang. So I ended up coming home with these exact Command strips. I got looking and see that I'm not the first person to think of it!
    Are yours still working? And where on the plate did you place them? Since the flat part of the back of a plate is the middle, and is usually indented, I wasn't sure if it would get good contact with the wall.

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  19. I've just recently started blogging and stumbled upon your blog! I added myself as a follower.

    Thanks for this tip for hanging your plates. I use these strips for many other things in the house and never thought about hanging plates! I've always wanted to put up some plates, but was always a little worried I might not like the placement...now I don't have to worry. Thanks again.

    Stacey

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  20. Thanks for your link to this post! Just popped over from Poppies at Play. :)

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  21. This may be a silly question... but, where did you get your plates? They look awesome and I have been searching for this "look." Thanks!!!

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