You'll have to drill through the wall, but the mount will hold securely.
Mark with a pencil the place where the fasteners will be located. At this point, drill a hole with a hammer drill. Its depth should be equal to the length of the dowel. In order not to litter in the process, place the vacuum cleaner tube under the drill.
Insert the dowel into the resulting hole. Use a screwdriver to screw a long screw into it, but not to the end. Leave such a distance between the hat and the wall so that you can hook the hook from the picture.
This method is suitable for light and small frames. A more weighty picture is unlikely to last long on such a mount. And for too thin wallpaper it is better to choose another method.
Drive the needle point under the wallpaper a little more than half. Insert a ballpoint pen rod between the end of the needle and the wall. Instead, you can take a skewer, a match or a piece of thick wire — in general, any material that will create a small space between the wall and the needle. Hang the picture on a needle with a corner fastener, which is often found in photo frames, or a regular knot of thread. Take out the rod.
In stores you can find special fasteners‑Velcro, which allow you to change the location of the painting at any time and do not leave a trace on the wall. They are able to withstand a canvas weighing 7-9 kg.
The number of fasteners depends on the weight and size of the painting: the more massive it is, the more Velcro you need to place around the perimeter of the frame. For medium sizes, you will need to glue four fasteners at the corners.
First, apply alcohol to a cotton pad and wipe the places for future Velcro on the baguette to degrease the surface. Then attach the painting to the wall and wipe it in the area where the fasteners fit.
Remove the protective shell from the Velcro and first glue them to the frame. Then press against the wall and hold for about 30 seconds.
If desired, the picture can be removed and another one can be hung in its place, because one layer of Velcro will remain on the wall.
Such plastic fasteners with four metal spikes can be found in a hardware store. They can withstand a painting weighing up to 8-9 kg and are suitable for all types of walls.
Decide on the place where the painting should hang. Hooks should be positioned on both sides of the canvas so that they are at a distance of 2-4 cm from the edges. Measure the distance between these points and make a mark on the wall. To make the hooks hang on the same line, use the construction level.
Hammer in the hooks so that the metal spikes are aligned with the plastic base. If you want the picture to fit snugly to the wall, you can pre-make hooks on the inside of the stretcher and pull a rope or fishing line between them, which will be hung on hooks.
With this method, you do not need to drill holes in the wall.
Cut the wine cork so that you get a circle about 0.5 cm thick. Stick a thin nail into the center of the workpiece. His hat should look out at 0.5–1 mm. Cut off the tip of the nail on the other side with pliers or wire cutters.
In the place where the mount will be located, cut the wallpaper crosswise. The length of the incisions should coincide with the diameter of the cork blank. Glue the circle to this place with a gun, press it with your fingers and wait until the surfaces are gripped. It remains only to hang the picture on the nail head protruding from the cork.
One of the fastest ways that does not require special skills or complex tools. All you need to do is go to a hardware store for a special glue.
Wipe the wall with a cloth to remove the dust. Then moisten the cotton pad with alcohol and degrease the picture frame around the perimeter.
Distribute the mounting or polymer adhesive around the perimeter of the frame. Attach the painting to the wall and press it down for just a minute.
This method is often used in art galleries. It allows you not to spoil the wall and will be useful if you want to hang a heavy canvas and not drill extra holes.
Using pliers, screw in two screw hooks in the upper part of the frame, retreating along the edges 2-3 cm. Measure the distance between them. At the same distance, screw two more hooks into the ceiling cornice. Keep in mind that this place should be parallel to the area on the wall where you plan to hang the picture.
Tie two pieces of fishing line to the hooks in the picture, and then attach them with the other ends to the hooks on the ceiling. This way you can adjust the height at which the picture will hang.