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It happens to all of us： around this time every year， our mailboxes fill up with beautiful holiday cards from the ones we love the most – but we don’t know how or where we want to display them. (You’ve only got so much space on your fireplace mantel， right？) We’ve gathered up 7 ideas from some of our favorite bloggers that are sure to inspire you to try a new and festive holiday card display this season!
Allison of Oh My Goodness Gracious Blog creates little flipbooks (above) each year to display the previous years’； cards. We love the idea of being able to see how families and friends have changed over the year by browsing through old holiday cards! Find Allison’；s How To instructions on her blog， Oh My Gracious Goodness.zip code pillows wholesale
We’；re always a sucker for Centsational Girl‘；s projectscustom christmas gifts， and this holiday card display is no exception! Simply turn a corkboard into a festive Christmas tree， and pin up your cards! Find the full instruction on Kate’；s blog， Centsational Girl.
Jen of Tatertots and Jello used a ladder to display her holiday cards. She strung twine through the rungs of a ladder and used clothespins to attach her cards to the twine. For an extra glittery touch， she added ornaments and stockings! Find the full post on her blog， Tatertots and Jello.
Michael of the blog Inspired by Charm showcased his favorite holiday card by displaying it under a glass cloche! We love the way this brings color and drama to a mantel or shelf! Read Michael’；s full post on his blog， Inspired by Charm!
Courtney of A Diamond in the Stuff used the slats of an old shutter to display her holiday cards! A distressed shutter like Courtney’；s has a rustic feel to it that’；s perfect for the holidays. Find the full instructions on her blog， A Diamond in the Stuff.
Roeshel of DIY Showoff used some old trim to create a wooden tree to display her holiday cards. We love that this simple tree can be brought out year after year to display cards! Find the full tutorial on her blog， DIY Showoff.
Sarah of Thrifty Decor Chick attaches a ribbon to her closet door to create a quick spot for displaying her holiday cards. Simply tack the ribbon to the door and use small clothespins to hang the cards from the edge of the ribbon. For the full instructions， visit her blog Thrifty Decor Chick.
Find more of our holiday decorating inspiration by visiting our Holiday Pinterest board!
I created a busy book as a gift for a special little girl I know. I figured it would only take a few days. Boy was I wrong! It took me about a month to complete. I'm sure I could have done it faster if I didn't have all the daily mom duties that having little children create.
Winter is not my favorite season. I like many of you, look forward to Spring every year. It seems that by the time Easter rolls around the weather has turned, and all of the trees have begun to spread their leaves again.? Since I’ve got Easter “on the brain”, I thought I’d round up over 40 Easter Sewing Projects to help get you in the mood for Spring. ?If you like this round-up you may also like this list of Easter Dress Sewing Patterns and Tutorials.