November 29, 2010

Christmas Card Holder

I have an easy squeezey tutorial on making a Christmas card holder to display all the holiday cheer you receive in the mail. The best thing is you can use it year after year.

{Here's What You Need}
Two Command Hooks
Decorative Wire Ribbon
Mini Clothes Pins
Spray Paint
Embellishments of Choice


!. Take the clothes pins and clip around a piece of cardboard.
2. Spray the pins and add glitter while the paint is still wet. 

3. Take one command hook and attach to the wall. I did mine up and down but you could do yours across to make it look more like a banner if you'd like.
4. Tie the ribbon to the command hook and then attach the other hook at the other end of the ribbon and stick to the wall. 

5. Take your embellishment and attach to the ends of the ribbon to cover up the knots around the Command Hook. I used my Cricut to cut out holly from card stock and attached with glue dots. You could use whatever you like. 

6. Lastly take the painted clothes pins and clip your cards onto the ribbon. A festive and easy way to display all your holiday greetings and is easy to take down and put back up year after year. 

I hope you enjoyed the tutorial and I would love to see what you make!
Have a Merry Christmas! 


  1. Nice way to show off all those cards received

  2. Cute, cute!! I love the simplicity of it, yet it looks like a great decoration. Thank you so much for linking up to Homemade Christmas!