Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Holiday cards can be displayed on the refrigerator door or on the mantle. You could make a Christmas card mobile, create a wall display with ribbon and clips, or hang them over a piece of yarn - or get really creative. But here are some other options you could also consider.
Over on Etsy, Brenda Rose offers the lace holiday card holder shown above - but it seems to be one of a kind, so it might not last for long.
Also on Etsy, from Studio J Crafts, is this Christmas card holder quilt.
And stopping by one more Etsy shop, Texas Susannie makes some of her French memo boards in holiday patterns, specifically for Christmas card display.
This Christmas card holder from Alder Welding and Fabrication is pretty darn impressive.
And I'm quite taken with this reindeer Christmas card holder. Update on Dec. 31, 2010: Unfortunately, I'm not seeing this one any more on the Heliotrope web site (where I found it originally) or anywhere else.
You can buy a wall hanging designed for holding holiday cards.
Or you can buy a pattern and make your own.
Finally, you could use the Gripping Stuff magic card tree or the company's other Christmas card hanger. (I don't see the tree on the Gripping Stuff web site store, but I found it here.)