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15 Holiday Card Display Ideas

Every year I try to think of the perfect way to display my holiday cards. This year I made a ladder that I can use to hang our Holiday cards or advent calendar pouches. I made it with hooks on the sides for stockings and larger items to hang and eye hooks in the back and baker’s twine.  Now I can hang cards or even little advent pouches on the baker’s twine, secured with little clothespins. (See it in the gallery.)

Here are 15 FESTIVE ways to display your holiday cards this year!

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  • String and Clothespins 1 of 15
    String and Clothespins
    A simple but elegant display idea requires just string and clothespins. This will work on nearly any surface in nearly any room.
    Learn how at Real Simple
  • Over a Door 2 of 15
    Over a Door
    Check out this clever, space saving idea to trace the outline of door molding. This site also has a great idea for over-cabinet-door displays too!
    Learn how at Budget Wise Home
  • Holiday Card wreath 3 of 15
    Holiday Card wreath
    Get a burlap-wrapped wreath and combine it with your holiday cards or some vintage cards.
    Learn how at Better Homes and Gardens
  • Holiday Cards on a Sled 4 of 15
    Holiday Cards on a Sled
    Got an antique sled? Add some extra festive touches by adding your Holiday Cards.
    Learn how at Midwest Living
  • Cards on Shutters 5 of 15
    Cards on Shutters
    Use some antique shutters -- or make some look antique -- to add a nice focal point and display your holiday cards.
    Learn how at Pretty Handy Girl
  • Cards on Branches 6 of 15
    Cards on Branches
    Create a conversation-starting centerpiece with a jar, some weights and branches.
    Learn how at Better Homes and Gardens
  • Ribbon Tree Card Holder 7 of 15
    Ribbon Tree Card Holder
    A canvas-covered board (framed), ribbon and thumbtacks -- and you've got a super cute card display.
    Learn how at Centsational Girl
  • Advent/Card Display Ladder 8 of 15
    Advent/Card Display Ladder
    I'm particularly partial to this one, and not just because it's my project! Stop hunting for an antique ladder and make your own for under $20 -- and then use it for an advent calendar, for card display, or even other holidays!
    Learn how at Tatertots and Jello
  • Display in Vintage Silverware 9 of 15
    Display in Vintage Silverware
    Display your cards with this great idea -- just some simple low vases, florist foam, and vintage silverware.
    Learn how at Better Homes and Gardens
  • On a Embroidery Hoop 10 of 15
    On a Embroidery Hoop
    Here's a simple but cute idea. Just get some wide ribbon, a large embroidery hoop, and some clothespins.
    Learn how at Martha Stewart
  • On an Old Bedframe 11 of 15
    On an Old Bedframe
    Use an old bedframe (or build the same thing from simple boards and chicken wire) -- and add cute card clips.
    Learn how at Country Business
  • On an old door 12 of 15
    On an old door
    Check out this cute antique screen door. Add some twine and clothespins -- and you've got a great place to display cards. (Scroll down on this post to see the details.)
    Learn how at Jillibean Soup
  • Tomato Cage Card Holder 13 of 15
    Tomato Cage Card Holder
    Make this cute, tree-inspired card holder with a (new) tomato cage, some burlap and some odds and ends.
    Learn how at Tatertots and Jello
  • Cards on a mirror frame 14 of 15
    Cards on a mirror frame
    Got an old frame, or an old mirror? Add some tinsel and some cute clips and you've got a unique card showcase.
    Learn how at Martha Stewart
  • Cards hanging from banister 15 of 15
    Cards hanging from banister
    It's hard to think of something fun to do with a banister, but this card garland is a great idea. Just add some bright ribbon (you can even use scraps).
    Learn how at Martha Stewart

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