Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Backdrop Hanger

Due to the overwhelming response to Confessions of a Prop Junkie's Blog Post I have been promising to put together a tutorial on the backdrop system featured in the article. So without further ado: The Backdrop Hanger System










Materials Needed
Molding cut to the width of your fabric appox. 54"
Metal garden bed edging  (2) for each hanger
Screwdriver/Drill  Drill bit
Pliers
Glue gun


























Viola! That's all there is to it.

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15 comments:

  1. That is brilliant -- and so darn cute!! Thanks so much for the detailed directions!!

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  2. Thank you, thank you, thank you!! Hopefully will have pics to show off soon ;)

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  3. I can't begin to thank you for sharing this! :)

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  4. Wow this is such an awesome awesome idea!!!! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  5. genius!!! Thanks so much for sharing!!

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  6. Thank you for sharing. That's brilliant

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  7. I love it. How much fabric do you need to buy for backdrops.

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  8. Hey really your a criative mind.........nice post get related on Photographic backdrops.

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  9. Gorgeous! Photo Back Drops. Handy tips..Awesome photography
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  10. This is fantastic!! Thank you so much for sharing:) I clicked the link to like your facebook page, but it didn't work... do you have a new facebook page I can like? Thanks!!

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  11. Oh my gosh!! I am just opening my first studio & this is awesome!! I can't wait to do this!! I am so thankful you posted this!!

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  12. this is an amaizing Idea thanks for sharing.. it will work well with my photography studio.

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  13. this is an amaizing Idea thanks for sharing.. it will work well with my photography studio.

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