How do I cut a keyhole slot in this mounted poster in order to hang it flush with my wall?
I had a poster mounted on an MDF board with a floating mount. Kinda looks like this
I have another poster mounted the same way and it attaches to the wall via a screw in a keyhole slot (picture
). But my new poster didn't come with that damn slot!
What's the best / easiest way to add a keyhole slot to the new poster?
Here are my thoughts and limitations:
- I don't own a router but I have a Dremel tool. I'd be willing to buy the necessary Dremel bits but not a whole routing jig set up
. I'm not very skilled with the Dremel so I'm also worried that I'll mess it up.
- Could I buy a small length of wood with a slot and just butt it up to the inside of the poster frame? As long as it's the same height as the existing frame, I think this would be an easy solution. But I don't know anyone with the tools and it seems like a laughably small job for a custom shop. Does anyone sell this sort of thing?
- I have other ideas of how I could hang this thing but I'm really just asking how to get a slot cut.