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mydogcody1

05:07AM | 02/26/05
Member Since: 02/25/05
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I have a hearth where my wood burning stove sits. The stone bricks are up the wall.

I have two beautiful pictures I wanted to hang on the wall, but I do not know how to hang them.

I tried the stick on hooks, but they fall off after awhile.

The pictures are light, CAN ANYONE GUIDE ME ON WHAT TO DO

Lost in what to buy???? and How to do it????


tomz71ss

04:33AM | 02/27/05
Member Since: 11/13/04
90 lifetime posts
hang them from the cieling with piano wire. the wire is thin enough it would almost be transparent against the backdrop of the stone, just anchor the wire in the cieling close to the edge of the stone.

k2

10:47AM | 02/27/05
Member Since: 06/06/03
1250 lifetime posts
Assuming you don't mind a hole in the stone...

You can also try drilling into it with a masonry bit. A hammer drill works best (go slow, and back out the bit and the accumulated dust often). It needn't be a big hole; you can get pretty small masonry bits.

Regards,

-k2 in CO

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mydogcody1

02:11PM | 02/28/05
Member Since: 02/25/05
3 lifetime posts
thank you both for your suggestions.


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