12 Pretty Ways to Display All Those Holiday Cards
Don't just tuck them away in a box.
Zigging and zagging
Tiny ornaments and snowflakes elevate this simple tree design even before you start hanging your cards on it. Head over to Design Improvised to find out how to make your own. (Check out these creative ways to decorate your Christmas tree.)
Washi tape makes for cheerful, temporary frames to create a gallery wall of all your holiday cards. Get the full instructions from Design Improvised.
An old CD rack transforms into a handy holder for flipping through your holiday cards. Learn how to deck yours out from Design Improvised.
O Christmas tree
This fun Christmas tree-shaped card display is decked out with a garland and sparkly star. Get the full instructions from Thyme is Honey. While sifting through your Christmas mail, keep an eye out for funny family Christmas cards.
Bells and chains
Simple chain from the hardware store makes a sturdy base for a display, and jingle bells make adorable clips for each card. Find out more from Centsational Girl. Here are more clever ways to dress up your windows.
This funky yarn art Christmas tree takes a fun twist on your typical evergreen. Bright feather “ornaments” add an extra whimsical touch. Head over to My Poppet to get the directions. Don’t miss these easy Christmas ornament crafts for kids.
Shutter to think
You probably have a handy spot for hanging cards on hand already—just close your shutters and clip cards into place. Learn more from Honeybear Lane.
This cute cupboard display looks festive, but couldn’t be simpler to make. Head over to Greener Grass to learn how to make it. This year, travel to these winter destinations to have the white Christmas of your dreams.
Shed some light
Holiday string lights are an extra festive way to hang up Christmas cards. Get the directions for this cheery display from Reasons to Skip the Housework.
Basic wood planks make a simple, rustic base to display your holiday cards. Add a piece of mistletoe for a bit of extra cheer. Visit The Merry Thought for the full instructions.
For a welcoming entrance, hang Christmas cards from loved ones around a doorframe. Using an evergreen garland as a base makes it extra festive. Head over to Nine & Sixteen to find out more.