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DIY Christmas Tree Card Holder (on Little Lucy Lu)

What a cute idea! The Christmas Card Tree DIY from Little Lucy Lu: A simple project which will accent your home and serve as a way to display all your Christmas cards. All you need is some wood, nails, paint, and mini clothespins.

DUH--so much easier than wrapping each one in the crumbly paper towels that have been in the ornament box for years!  Now to find a place to store the egg cartons until next Christmas...

I'm gonna hang on to this idea, but I have to say, I saved a whole bunch of egg cartons before Christmas so I could store my ornaments this way. and NONE of my ornaments fit the egg carton compartments. :P Goodbye, egg cartons.

Chicken wire frame=you use clothespins to hang things. Awesome! I need a big one!

{chicken wire framed christmas card holder

Be Merry rustic Christmas sign - use the herringbone shuffle stencil to create a festive statement piece for your holiday decor.  #royaldesignstudio via hertoolbelt

Herringbone Shuffle Christmas Stencil

Be Merry rustic Christmas sign - use the herringbone shuffle stencil to create a festive statement piece for your holiday decor. via hertoolbelt

This was a fun project. Looks better with big Popsicle sticks. I glued them first, painted them, and sprinkled them with iridescent glitter. Pretty

popsicle stick snowflake wreath- would also be cute with some glitter or Epsom salt. Awesome craft for the kids to do!

DIY Stenciled Antler Ornament Art using Christmas Stencils from Royal Design Studio (Jennifer Rizzo Collection) via restorationredoux

Antlers Christmas Stencil

Coffee table idea for those Christmas cards could even use for birthday cards or family pictures.  Just punch and slip onto a ring add a ribbon and enjoy all season

LOVE this idea: hole punch a corner on each Christmas card and add it to a metal ring with some decorative ribbon ~ coffee table ready.

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