Hanging traditional wallpaper on a ceiling can be a bit more challenging than hanging it on a wall, but it can be done with careful preparation and technique. Start by measuring the width and length of the ceiling and cutting the wallpaper to size, leaving a few extra inches for trimming. Apply paste to the back of the wallpaper, and carefully position it on the ceiling, smoothing out any bubbles or wrinkles with a wallpaper brush or roller. Use a sharp utility knife or scissors to trim the excess paper along the edges, and carefully match any seams to ensure a seamless look.

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