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Offline Mana Minori

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Pony decorating suggestions?
« on: July 30, 2020, 03:26:30 AM »
Staying home has me bored out my skull and so I have been redecorating using cheap Dollar store products. https://sayastarr.tumblr.com/post/625034926384922624/pony-theme-redecorating
Thing is- I want to display ponies in some way that isn’t through wall decals. The walls are super thin panels, because super old trailer, so I don’t want to punch nails or screws in the walls if it can be helped. I also don’t want to mess up the wrapping paper/poster board I used to decorate, if something were to fall off and damage the print.  I thought about making a pony display hammock out of some scrap Fabric material I had lying around. But it would be a tight fit for my larger ponies.
Any suggestions?
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Re: Pony decorating suggestions?
« Reply #1 on: July 30, 2020, 06:22:44 PM »
What are your thoughts about command strips?  There are ones specifically with hooks that rotate, so many you could attach that to your ceiling. I use them in the closet to hold a stuffed animal hammock, and in the kitchen under the cabinets to hold measuring cups.

You could do a hanging shelf.
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Re: Pony decorating suggestions?
« Reply #2 on: August 03, 2020, 06:44:18 PM »
What are your thoughts about command strips?  There are ones specifically with hooks that rotate, so many you could attach that to your ceiling. I use them in the closet to hold a stuffed animal hammock, and in the kitchen under the cabinets to hold measuring cups.

You could do a hanging shelf.

I was thinking command strips might be a good option also. We have a few we use in our house and they tend to work well as long as you have the right size/weight for the right job.

 

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