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DIY Easy Christmas Card Display

I always love receiving Christmas cards from friends and family this time of year. However, I never felt like I had a good, large enough spot on our walls to display them. I started thinking about how I often see them nicely clipped onto twine horizontally which I don’t have room for so I though why not just hang it vertically?

All you need is a long piece of twine, a tack/nail, and some mini clothes pins that you can find at any craft store (I got mine at Michaels).

First, I tied a loop at one end and hung it on the tack that I put into the wall. Then, hung the cards with the clothes pins. Finally, you can add anything to the top to jazz it up. I added a boxwood stem with a red bow.

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There you have it. One of the fastest and easiest ways to display all those Christmas cards. 🙂

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