How to Hang a Flag on a Wall?

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Some flags, such as the U.S. flag, can either be hung vertically or horizontally. When hanging the U.S. flag on a wall, whether vertically or horizontally, the stars should appear in the upper left corner.
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When the American flag is hung on the wall, the stars should be in the upper left corner, from the observer's point of view. There is a link below.
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1. Display your flag outside on the side of a building or on any wall using a wall mountable flag pole kit. View the hanging side of the flag to be sure it accommodates a pole. Look
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1. Attach a line level to a chalk snap line's string. Stretch the string across the wall at the height where you will install the top edge of the ledger. Adjust the line to a level
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1. Select a wall location within two or three feet of an electrical outlet. The space should be clear of switches, and it should not be narrow. Standard wall fountains will project
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How to Hang a Flag on a Wall
The stars and stripes have been a time-honored representative of the United States for centuries and should always be treated with the utmost respect and care. There are specific rules for the flag, from cleaning to folding it. Many feel that they show... More »
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Find the place on the wall in which you want the flag hung and you can take thumb tacks put it in one corner and then the second. Put a tack in each of the four corners.
Flags are typically hung onto walls by tacking them into palce using wall tacks. They may also be placed into scrolls and then nailed onto walls as well. These are known as wall scrolls when flags are placed onto scrolls then hung in this manner.
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