Hanging your IXXI in tiers works slightly differently than usual. What do I need to do? Watch the instruction video and follow the steps below:
Decide which shape you want to hang your IXXI and calculate how many X connectors with three buttons you need. You can easily make this tool from an X connector by snipping or cutting 1 side off. You only need these connectors on the corners where you keep hanging more tiers.
Click together the part you’re starting with and count the number of wallclips you need. Secure the ruler level on the wall as shown in the demo video. Once the wallclips are secured to the wall, remove the ruler and click the cards from the first part onto the wallclips.
It’s now time for the second part of your IXXI. Click the cards from part 2 together and then secure them to the first part. In this step, you need X connectors with 3 buttons. Using Tesa Powerstrips, secure wallclips to the back of the top cards for part 2. Next, secure the second part to the wall using the spirit level. If the cards are not convex or misaligned, you can secure the wallclips.
Do you still have a third part that you want to secure? Then proceed in the same way as in step 3. Once all the cards are in place you can fill the bottom corners with the round part of the wallclips. All of the holes in the cards are filled with connectors and your IXXI is complete!
Are you going round the corner? Then close the corner edges using I connectors. That way it looks as if the IXXI is connected at the corner edges but they are actually two separate parts.
Do you want to hang your IXXI in a corner? Close the sides which border on the corner using I connectors. In this way, you actually make two separate parts that you hang up separately. You fasten each part as illustrated in the demo video. Please note! You might not have enough I tools. If you need more, order extra connectors.
The effect is huge, but hanging is simple. The first thing you do is put the IXXI cards in order. Then decide where you want to split the IXXI. It’s important to do this before you click the cards together. Because you need more I connectors to create more sides. You’re actually clicking two separate IXXIs together. That way you can hang the IXXI in two separate parts. Warning! You need extra connectors for this.
Have you something to celebrate? With IXXI you can also make a garland! Get your IXXI and join your favourite square cards together and make them into a garland. You can make endless combinations and make the garland as long as you want. Hang up your favourite memories from young to old, choose a quote which fits the occasion or opt for cheerful patterns. In this way, you can give every party a personal touch.