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  • Connie LeBlanc

    Run a piece of ribbon down the front of your cabinet doors and attach Christmas cards with clothespins. Fun idea! -Might try this on our closet door

  • Carol Ennis

    Christmas card display - Cute Idea

  • Lori EsneaultLatino

    Run pieces of ribbon down the front of cabinet doors= instant Christmas card holder!

  • Cande Geissler

    Holiday card display run a piece of ribbon down the front of your cabinet doors and attach christmas cards with clothespins :)

  • Jessica Thompson

    Run a piece of ribbon down the front of your cabinet doors and attach Christmas cards with clothespins. What a great idea! Instead of my kitchen cabinets, I think I'll do it on the foyer closet door

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