Adorn your door with holiday cards. All you need is a length of decorative ribbon on which to attach them. You can do the same thing on a kitchen cabinet, a column, or newel post. The cards in this photo have clips on them, which in turn are hung on buttons attached to the ribbon. A stapler would do the job just fine, though.
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9 Unique Ways to Display Holiday Cards
Tomato Cage Tree
Once you’ve taken in your tomato cages after the harvest, they can serve a second purpose before the end of the year. Just tie the open end together with some twine to create a cone shape. Then decorate with a little festive paper and start hanging your cards with binder clips as they come in from the mailbox.
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Branch and Card Arrangement
Christmas Card Doorway Border
If time and budget are tight, use what you’ve got. With some tape and a little greenery from the yard, you can border a mirror or doorway with your holiday well wishes. You’ll enjoy them every time you pass by or through.
Ladder Card Holder
If you're like many folks, you probably have a spare ladder or two languishing in the garage. While there are plenty of permanent fixtures to be made from these humble rungs, give them a seasonal treatment by wrapping them in colored string or ribbon. Clip cards to wrappings for a vertical decorative display.
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String lights have recently been reclaimed from the Christmas tree to be used as everyday mood lighting from the kitchen to the bedroom. In keeping with the theme of its original use, string lights can be used as card holders, effectively transforming any drab wall into a spectacle of well wishes from friends and family.
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Here, pom pom garlands hang in a window to display cards with bursts of cheer. Slip ribbons through the top of cards and tie around the garland for a festive way to hang up this year's season's greetings.
Clothespin Card Wreath