How do I hang my Minted art?

See simple, step-by-step instructions on how to hang your limited edition framed art that comes with easy-to-use hardware.

Hanging Wire

Hanging Wire

Wooden frames 20” x 16” and smaller,
as well as most canvas art


  • Decide where you’d like your art. We recommend using masking tape and paper to find the perfect placement.
  • Mark your wall in pencil, at the top center of your art piece.
  • To determine the position of the nail or hook, turn your art over and measure the distance from the top of the tightened hanging wire to the top of the piece.
  • Measure the same distance, below the mark on your wall.
  • Firmly secure a nail, hook, or screw into a stud or anchor.
  • Hang your art!

D-Rings

Metal Frames


  • Decide where you’d like your art. We recommend using masking tape and paper to find the perfect placement.
  • Mark your wall in pencil, at the top center of your art piece.
  • To determine the position of the nail or hook, turn your art over and measure the distance from the top of the D-rings to the top of the piece.
  • Measure the distance between the D-rings.
  • Apply these measurements to your wall, using your mark as a guide.
  • Firmly secure two nails, hooks, or screws into studs or anchors, leaving a ¼” protrusion.
  • Hang your art!
D-Rings
Corner Brackets

Corner Brackets

Wooden frames 24” x 18” and larger,
as well as 5” x 7” canvas art


  • Decide where you’d like your art. We recommend using masking tape and paper to find the perfect placement.
  • Mark your wall in pencil, at the top center of your art piece.
  • Place your framed art over the corner brackets. For exact placement, find the center arrow on the left and right.
  • Pound in the hook and nail provided with the frame.
  • Hang your art!
  • With a slight lifting motion, slide the frame to left or right to make any minor adjustments necessary to level the frame.
Place the framed piece over the brackets. Slide the frame to the left or right to make minor adjustments to level the frame.
The bracket and nail do not have to be exactly parallel. The Sawtooth design will correct the variance.
For exact placement, find the center arrow on left & right. Determine height. Pound bracket & nail. Hang picture.