Folded Book Christmas Card Display

6:56:00 AM

It is not too late for this project...
the Christmas cards are rolling in!

A few years ago I showed you how to make my

Folded Book Christmas Card Display www.homeroad.net



This time I used a vintage children's 
Christmas book and created a great place
to hold Holiday cards.

Folded Book Christmas Card Display www.homeroad.net

There never seems to be enough space to 
hang Christmas cards in my house.

I've seen tons of great ideas on the internet but they
all take up a lot of room.
This one has enough spaces in it
to hold plenty of Christmas cards and it can sit on 
the coffee table so everyone can enjoy the cards.

Folded Book Christmas Card Display www.homeroad.net

I started this project with a piece of stained wood.

I glued the folded book to the wood then
added metal trim detail from another project to the sides. 

Folding the book pages is a great mindless project
to do while watching TV at night.

Folded Book Christmas Card Display www.homeroad.net

Christmas card holder that doesn't
take up a lot of room... looks beautiful, and 
is easy access for everyone to see the cards.

This would make a great gift! 

Sorry but I'm keeping this one... it is beginning to fill up
with beautiful cards from friends on my own coffee table!


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2 comments

  1. What an awesome idea- I just love it!!:)

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  2. Susan... wow!! I love how you made the card holder out of recycled vintage items and it now has a new life as something both practical and useful, as well as being gorgeous!
    I'm delighted to be featuring it at Shabbilicious Friday tomorrow.
    Happy New Year.
    Hugs ~ Kerryanne

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