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December 22, 2011

Christmas Card Holder

Hey Everyone,
LisaB here from Rather B Scrappin,

I wanted to share a simple project with you to hold your Christmas Cards. I found this idea on pinterest. I am very suprised that I was able to get off that website and actually create something I pinned.

I bought this wood plaque from Michaels. You can use any shape you like. When I bought this shape I thought it was very pretty. When I was covering this shape with paper, I wanted to throw it out the window.

I painted the outer edges white and covered the center part with Christmas paper.

I attached two strands of thick ribbon to the back of the plaque with hot glue.

I attached a ribbon to the back of the plaque to hang it on the wall. I attached it in the center across the center of the plaque.

All you need is a few clothes pins and you are done. Simple and easy.

I hope I was able to inspire you today! Thanks for stopping by and checking out the Bugbytes!
Until next time!


JenL said...

What a great idea! I love being able to display my Christmas cards and this is perfect! I can also see using it for other holidays as well. TFS! I will have to try this.

Carole P said...

Lisa, I love how this turned out! I remember you telling me about this idea and I could't visualize it. I think I still have time to make one (right?). I recognize one of those cards! Thanks for sharing this...I'll use a much simpler shape, too!

angie ashuk said...

Too cute!!! I love this idea!! Going to try this next year for sure!!1

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Great idea. TFS

Vicky said...

adorable love your great idea.

Audrey Frelx said...

Lisa, this turned out great! Soooo adorable!

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