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Simple Christmas Card Holder
I was going to call it the “Cheap and Easy Christmas Card Holder”, but my mind kept going to immature places, so “Simple Christmas Card Holder” it is. This is the perfect card holder if you don’t have your cards displayed yet and your family is coming over for Christmas. Because if they’re like some people I know, they won’t see their card displayed and ask if you received it and you’ll have to be all like, “Yeah, it’s in that pile over there…” So don’t worry, I’m here to help.
All you’ll need is ribbon, thumbtacks, double sided tape, scissors, and Christmas cards.
Cut your ribbon to your desired length (mine were about 40 inches). Attach the ribbon to your walls with thumbtacks. If you’re lucky, you’ll find the same holes that you made the previous year.
Grab your double sided tape. Slap a small piece of tape on the ribbon. Slap a card on top. Repeat until you cover the ribbon with cards. I leave about an inch in between each card. After putting all the cards on I secure the bottom of each ribbon with a small piece of double sided tape. That way when someone walks by the cards aren’t flapping around.
If you’re a weirdo like me and keep Christmas cards every year for no apparent reason other than the fact that you have hoarding tendencies, don’t fret about the double sided tape sticking to other cards when you store them away in your Ziploc storage bag labeled “2011”. Most of the time the tape peels off. If it doesn’t, I put a little piece of paper over the tape so it can’t attack other cards.
I hope you have a very Merry Christmas filled with love, laughter, and happiness! Safe travels for those of you making the trek to be with your loved ones. Brad, Jack, and I will be putting a good 700 miles on the car this long holiday weekend. Good thing I have a sizable stack of magazines and books to read.
What is your method for displaying Christmas cards?
Are you a Christmas card hoarder?
Can you top our Christmas driving mileage?
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Very cute 🙂 I have some I have to hang before my mom comes into town!! It looks so elegant displayed this way!
I just throw my cards in a basket. I like your idea!
Merry Christmas blog buddy!
I love this! We hung ours with plain ol’ tape about our entryway. A)They keep falling and B)we don’t have enough room for all the cards! I must do this next year 🙂
Did you get my card?!!! I didn’t see it displayed in the photo! WTF?! Oh wait, that’s right I didn’t send it until like Wednesday because I am The Procrastinator. Don’t worry it’s on its way. This is super cute btw!
P.S. Finish Breaking Dawn! 🙂
So cute…I love displaying our cards each year! Such a fun part of Christmas!
Great minds think alike… this is usually how I display my Christmas cards! I like to put a bow at the top of the ribbon.
Have a very Merry Christmas!
Love it when “clever” and “simple” come together in one project!
that’s always a fun method to hang christmas cards 🙂 we used double sided tape and taped our christmas cards to our fridge. it had no decorations on it because we’d barely just moved into our apartment, and it was perfect and a fun way to get our kitchen looking festive 🙂
I love this card holder! I definitely need to do this for this Christmas! xo
Simplicity is attractive thing for any thing you got this point thats why i like simple business cards.
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