Who doesn’t love getting Christmas cards? Its a treat to have the mailbox filled with Christmas cards instead of bills and junk mail. Love to hear from my friends and family, see their handwritten notes. I am always looking for fun new ways to display them….don’t you? When I was a kid, my mom would display them on the refrigerator or on the wall forming a mini Christmas tree. I came out with a different idea that later can be easy stored. Love to preserve all those memories. Let’s make some more Christmas keepsakes
This post may contain affiliate links. This means that if you purchase from one of the these links I will make a small commission, but rest assured you will not pay more for any products.
I don’t think much directions are needed ..pictures will do better job.
To make our stock of cards looking more dressy I like to make one of my bows and decorate my shower hook. I think my folded bow will be perfect! Here is my short video.
My bow looks a bit big now, but as soon as cards start to arrive and they get clipped on, BIG BOW will look really good
…and after Christmas when it is time to put all away creating a book out of that stock of Christmas Cards will for sure preserve them beautifully. Love KEEPSAKES!
How to create a KEEPSAKE BOOK
All you need to do is to cut a bigger rectangle then your bigger Christmas card is, out of cardboard and either paint , Mod- Podge napkin or fabric on it . I decided to cover my cardboard with burlap.
Let’s go to work! Hot glue gun helped me hold all together. It is actually a good project to refresh our presents packing skills …ha ha ha
and I am done! Love my Christmas keepsake book. All completed in less then 10 min! Don’t you love crafts that you can see results almost instantly?
I am all ready for all my Christmas Cards!
Please Save This To Pinterest or Share on Social Media
Friends, your shares are how this site grows and I am sincerely grateful. A quick share to Facebook or save to Pinterest allows me to bring more home decor projects and crafts to more home decor DIY lovers.
Let’s check together some more Christmas cards display ideas from my fellow bloggers
Check out Advent Wreath with Christmas card tags from Kippi At Home
Crissy from First Day of Home is really onto something interesting! Let’s check it out!
What a cool way Pamela from DIY Vibes is displaying her Christmas Cards. Click on the picture to find out how it was done.
Check out how Rebecca from Hello Central is displaying her cards. It is simply beautiful!