I feel like the last thing I get to when decorating for Christmas is deciding how I’m going to display the cards we receive each year. Do you ever have that problem? I have an easy solution for displaying those cards and I’m sharing with you how to make your own easy DIY Christmas card display!
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What you’ll need….
- Scrap board (Mine measures about 38″ long)
- Waverly antiquing wax
- White/Red paint
- Wood “Merry” cutout from Hobby Lobby
- Chipboard or other letters for “Mail”
- Jute String
- Hot glue & glue gun (This is my favorite.)
- Small clothespins
- Command Strips
The first step is easy. Cover the front and sides of your board with antiquing wax and wipe off. Set the board aside and allow to dry.
Next up we’ll paint out word and letters. I’m painting the “Merry” red and the letters for “Mail” white.
Now we’ll use hot glue to attach the word and letters to the top of the board. You could use E-6000 for this as well.
Finally we’re ready to attach the string. Use hot glue to attach the string to one side of the board and string across to the other side and glue. I’m stringing it back and forth and glueing all the way down the board.
Once the string is glued, attach your easy DIY Christmas card display to the wall with Command Strips.
BE SURE TO PIN FOR LATER!
So easy and quick!! I put this together in less than 30 minutes and you can too!! Enjoy friends!!