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How To Hang

 

Received Your Items ... Now How To Hang And Make Them More Adorable ...


Unpacking Your Items
 
Unpacking Your Room Decorations
Hanging Your Items
 
Hanging Your Room Decorations
Hanging Your Decorations From The Ceiling
 
Hanging Room Decorations From Ceiling
Attaching Your Decorations To The Walls
 
  • If you are going to attach these to the walls, you can easily use the remove the attached fishing line and instead you can use a tack, wire brads, upholstery nails, stikkiwax, glue dots, small nail, staple gun, Velcro, or even double sided tape hidden behind the item to make it look like it "landed" on the wall. 
  • To remove the attached fishing line, simply cut the knot where it is attached to the bug, being very careful not to cut the nylon, and pull the free end to completely remove. 
  • Hint: If you are hanging butterflies or dragonflies, you can take a small nail and push through the nylon fabric on the top of the bottom wing and hammer into the wall, then the nail will not be seen as the top wing will be overlapping. 
  • If you use glue dots, please be aware that texture or paint finish may affect the effectiveness of the dots.
  • For 'beaded body' bugs:  A simple way to attach to the wall is to take the nail, brad or push pin and push it through the nylon fabric back behind the body and simply nail to the wall.  Please keep out of reach of children as you want to make sure little hands dont pull down the bug and detach from the wall.  Or you can also simply put a command strip, glue dots, velcro or even double sided tape to adhere to the wall. 
  • For 'cloth body' bugs:  A simple way to attach to the walls is to take a nail, brad or push pin and push it through the nylon fabric body (just a thin layer of fabric, not through the entire body) and simply nail to the wall.  Please keep out of reach of children as you want to make sure little hands dont pull down the bug and detach from the wall.  Or you can simpy put a command strip, glue dots, velcro or even double sided tape to adhere to the wall.  
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Applying Your Alphabet & Wall Stickers
 
Applying Wall Stickers Alphabet Letters
Applying Wall Stickers Decals
Using Your Curtain Tie Backs
 

Tiebacks With Wires:

  • To use the beautiful curtain tiebacks to tie your curtains back with wires, use the bendable and adjustable wires to wrap around your curtains & display the pretty bug & smaller ribbons in the front of the curtain. The wires can be cut to any size you need with easy by simply cutting the excess wire with shears or pliers.
  • If you would like to attach the curtain tiebacks to the walls next to your curtains, simply attach the bug or bloom itself to the wall and with the wire strands, simply tie back the curtains so they swag towards the wall/window edge. 
  • We suggest attaching the nylon bug or bloom directly to the walls if you have sheer or thin curtains that way the weight of the tieback does not slide.Or, if you are 'crafty' you can simply remove the wire straps and adhere some pretty ribbon of your choice for a custom look.
  • If you would like to tie the curtain tiebacks around your curtains like option A above and still be able to swag them back towards the window sill, simply add a wall hook to the window frame area and simply swag the curtain to the sides and slip onto the hook.
  • If the ribbons are slightly wrinkled, gently iron them on dry low setting.

Tiebacks With Ribbons:

  • To use the beautiful curtain tiebacks that tie your curtains back with ribbons, simply wrap the two longer pieces of ribbon around your curtains & tie to display the pretty bug & extra smaller ribbons in the front of the curtain.
  • If you would like to attach the curtain tiebacks to the walls next to your curtains, simply attach the bug or bloom itself to the wall and with the long pieces of ribbon, simply tie back the curtains so they swag towards the wall/window edge. We suggest attaching the nylon bug or bloom directly to the walls if you have sheer or thin curtains that way the weight of the tieback does not slide.
  • If you would like to tie the curtain tiebacks around your curtains like option A above and still be able to swag them back towards the window sill, simply add a wall hook to the window frame area and simply swag the curtain to the sides and slip onto the hook.
  • If the ribbons are slightly wrinkled, gently iron them on dry low setting.
 
Kids Room Curtain Tiebacks

Kids Nursery Curtain Tiebacks
Hanging Your Ceiling Mobiles
 
Nursery Bedroom Mobiles