Tis’ the season for cards!Â Of course, you might get sent a random card here or there throughout the year for a birthday, anniversary, or special occasion, but there is no time like Christmas when you receive such a flurry of cards all at once.Â And aren’t they such a delight to get?!Â The anticipation of opening the mailbox each day around Christmas is so exciting!
Yesterday, I shared 15 creative ways to hang those plethora of cards, and today I am sharing my creation.Â As I mentioned yesterday, I was in need of some inspiration this year as to how to display my newly received Christmas cards.Â After doing a little hunting around the web, I was quickly inspired and created a unique card holder to call my own!
This Holiday card holder was actually very easy to make and only took a few minutes. If you’re interested in making something like this to hold your cards, I used:
- 18 x 24 cork board (you could also use a picture frame or a flat piece of MDF or wood)
- Burlap (or other neutral toned fabric)
- Ribbon (one color ribbon or a few different styles)
- Staple Gun
1. To start off, I ironed the burlap so it was free of any wrinkles and folded it over, so it was double thick.Â (If using a tighter weave fabric, you may not need to make it double thick.Â Because burlap has a loose weave, I didn’t want to see through it.)
2. I layed the corkboard on the fabric and secured it on the back with staples.
3. Time to add the ribbon.Â I used the same ribbon for the entire project because it’s what I had on hand.Â You could also use different style and sized ribbon for a fun look! Before stapling, lay out the ribbon so the layout / design is exactly how you want it.Â Then secure on the back with a staple.
4.Â You can either hang it or lean it on a table.Â I decided to hang the Holiday Card Holder, and made a loop on the back with some extra ribbon.Â A few staples later…
…and it was complete! Â Now I’ve got the perfect place to hang all the cards that will be delivered throughout the Holiday season!
I added the words: cheer & blessings to show how I truly feel to be sent these beautiful thoughts from people I love.Â Using a black Sharpie marker, I added these two words that I am thankful to feel each day!
And don’t you just love that darling Winter Bucket List printable?Â You can print it out for yourself to check off all the winter activities you do with your family!
Have you started decorating for Christmas yet?Â I’ll have to be honest, I was not ready and excited this year as I usually am, but now that I’ve started transforming the house, I am getting psyched for some Christmas Cheer!
I link my projects to some of these parties: Skip to My Lou, Dittle Dattle, Between Naps on the Porch, Todayâ€™s Creative Blog, Stories of A to Z, All Things Heart & Home, Savvy Southern Style, House of Hepworths, Finding Fabulous, Creation Corner, The Shabby Nest, Tatertots and Jello, Thrifty Decor Chick, Under the Table & Dreaming