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When your friends and family send you elegant and classic Christmas cards in the mail, what do you usually do with them? It's common to display such thoughtful items during the remainder of the holiday season, but instead of lining them up on the kitchen counter, fireplace mantel or a window sill, why not try something a little more unique? Here are a few different ways you can display the cards you receive this holiday season.
One common way to hang Christmas cards is to stick them to a wall in the shape of a Christmas tree. This takes some careful doing since you don't want to damage your wall with a dozen or so penny nails or thumbtacks, and you may want to keep your cards looking nice for another project which means no tape. If you have some old wire coat hangers and clothes pins, then you can make a tree-shaped hanger that only requires one hook in the wall to hang from. Each wire hanger can hold one or two others and from each of those, you can hang textured Christmas cards with clothespins.
Take some inspiration from the square pin boards with crossed ribbon for displaying pictures and other papers by making a Christmas version. You can use an old wooden sled or just some wood slats for a rustic card holder. Dress it up with wrapping paper or festive ribbons, then slide your cards into place.
Using Christmas cards to decorate your home during the holidays is a great way to add more festivity to your holiday decorations. It's also a great way to show the senders that you appreciate their card because they'll see it displayed the next time they come to visit. For cards, your friends will enjoy displaying, check out our various simple Christmas cards.