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Nicola Spring Triple Wooden 3 Photo Hanging Picture Frame - 4 x 6" Nicola Spring 4 x 64" x 6" Wooden Hanging Triple Photo Frame - By Nicola Spring
Nicola Spring Triple 3 Photo Hanging Picture Frame - 7 x 5" Nicola Spring 6 x 47" x 5" Wooden Hanging Triple Photo Frame - By Nicola Spring
4" x 4" Black Hanging Metal Photo Frame - By Nicola Spring4" x 4" Black Hanging Metal Photo Frame - By Nicola Spring
7" x 5" Black Hanging Metal Photo Frame - By Nicola Spring7" x 5" Black Hanging Metal Photo Frame - By Nicola Spring
4" x 6" Black Hanging Metal Photo Frame - By Nicola Spring4" x 6" Black Hanging Metal Photo Frame - By Nicola Spring
5" x 7" Black Hanging Metal Photo Frame - By Nicola Spring5" x 7" Black Hanging Metal Photo Frame - By Nicola Spring
8" x 8" Black Hanging Metal Photo Frame - By Nicola Spring8" x 8" Black Hanging Metal Photo Frame - By Nicola Spring
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8" x 10" Black Hanging Metal Photo Frame - By Nicola Spring8" x 10" Black Hanging Metal Photo Frame - By Nicola Spring
6" x 4" Black Hanging Metal Photo Frame - By Nicola Spring6" x 4" Black Hanging Metal Photo Frame - By Nicola Spring
Nicola Spring Triple Heart Wooden 3 Photo Hanging Picture Frame - 4 x 4" Nicola Spring 4 x 44" x 4" Wooden Hearts Hanging Triple Photo Frame - By Nicola Spring

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Adhesive strips are probably the easiest way to do it, as all you have to do is peel off the backing and stick them to the back of the frame. Putty can also be used, although it takes a little bit more time to apply. Picture hooks are another option, but they require making holes in the wall, so make sure you choose a spot that won't be too visible.

Photo frames are measured in a variety of ways, depending on the type of frame and the intended use. For instance, picture frames for artwork are typically measured by the width and height of the opening, while frames for photographs are generally measured by the overall width and height. Some frames may also be measured by the thickness of the material, such as the depth of the rabbet (the lip that holds the glass or backing in place).