Happy Thursday! Welcome to day 6 of the 12 Days of Christmas!!
Today I will be sharing a super quick, easy and cute Christmas Card Display! Anybody can make one of these, and it can be easily restyled for any time of year!
Here is how it turned out…
This cost me under $10 to make, and I had it done in under an hour!
So… Here we go!
I also used Gorilla Wood Glue under each stir stick!
Now you are ready for paint!
I gave mine 1 light coat of my OH SO FAV…
I used hot glue to attach my stems at the top corner of my board.
Want to see it all finished??
What do you think? I am so pleased with it! And… Of course the price makes me love it even more 😉
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What is the paint that you used….the link or photo isn’t working.
I built my own using the plans at www. WoodworkPlans.info – highly recommended you check those out too. They are detailed and super easy to read and understand unlike several others I found online. The amount of plans there is mind-boggling… there’s like 16,000 plans or something like that for tons of different projects. Definitely enough to keep me busy with projects for many more years to come haha
Head on over to www. WoodworkPlans.info if you want to learn more – click the pink link above for some more plans! Best of luck on your building adventures!
What is your oh so favorite paint you speak of?? 🙂
This is adorable! Love it! I just had the awesome thought that something similar to this would be awesome for the playroom to hang my little one’s artwork on! Thanks for the awesome tutorial!
I adore this design! Last night I made this, but I fixed it up so it hung on the wall and I stained it that “American” stain you suggest for other projects. Then I wrote “joy” in cursive on the bottom right, like you did for your wall art with “love” (I believe). Right now I have a 36″ x 48″ version drying that I will be putting over my couch. A little heavy, but I can’t wait. I will be putting jute around that one as well. Thank you for all the great ideas! Easy and inexpensive!!
That is so cute!!
Thank yo Sandra!!
Just made one!! I’m using mine to display my girls Christmas pictures!!
Oh yeah!! So glad you did! Good thinking!! 😉
Love the Christmas card holder! I might be making one and possibly making one for a gift as well!
That is awesome! I think it makes a perfect gift!!
What a great idea!
Thank you Laurie!! 😉
You gals amaze me ,things come out those pretty heads,,Happy Holidays.
You are sweet! This made me smile 😉
I love this,….. Are you attaching the boards together w/ glue at the sides?
No… Just a bit under the sticks! Thanks!
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That little ‘corsage’ is the kicker! Great display, love the rustic look.
Thank you Marianne!! I appreciate it 😉
This is perfect! But I have the feeling I’d have to hang it up on the wall, or ‘somebody’ would drag it all over the house!
Yah… I have a few of those ‘somebodys’ here too! 😉
Oh so easy, and so cute and functional. I have an old shutter that is about the same size and wrapping the twine around it as you have, will give me a much better way of holding my Christmas cards for display. Did you staple the twine on or just tie it on? Thanks!
I made one last night and I stapled the twine in the back (on each piece that was wrapped around the back)…it made the twine tighter in the front so it wont sag once a card is on it 🙂
Thanks for helping Brooke… I guess I wasn’t very specific on that part! I appreciate it!
Very cool! Love the string wrapped touch!
Thanks so much Donna!!
What a clever idea! I love it! The paint stirrers are genius!
Have a blessed and wonderful day!
Thank you ma’am!! I appreciate it!
Awesome! Now I can’t wait to get some Christmas cards! 🙂
Oh btw….I finally purchased that pottery barn bedding you have and it totally transformed my room….like all my junk and dust magically disappeared…its like a pottery barn Christmas miracle!!!!! hahaha
This made me laugh out loud… A lot! 😉 Glad you got it… And yeah for miracles! :-))
You girls are crafty geniuses! This is just fabulous! I need to figure out a way to get more time in my day to make all of this awesomeness!
Thanks so much Michael! :-))
Very cute idea! Just saw you guys on an oreck commercial!
Oh that’s great! I still haven’t seen it yet! Thanks for letting us know 🙂
I might just be making a trip to the hardware store later… this is so cute!
Woohoo! Good luck with yours!
Super cute…and of course, gotta love the price!
Yes! That’s the cutest part 😉