12 days of crafting: vertical christmas card holder

From December 1-12, I’ll be blogging about some of my favorite crafting methods and projects. Hopefully you will be inspired to craft some Christmas gifts or handmade decor for your own home!

Day 4: Vertical Christmas Card Holder

Remember the ribbon and felt flowers I used to make this wreath? Well, I used the extra ribbon to create hanging Christmas card holders. I cut the length I wanted and tacked the top and bottom to the wall. Then I used some extra ribbon to create bows at the top (I put the top tack right through them, underneath the center), and added a few felt flowers here and there (I just hand-sewed them with a couple quick stitches).

We use mini clothespins to attach the cards. I think this year I might need to make another one, as they got rather crowded last year!

In case you missed it:

12 days of crafting – day 1: stenciling

12 days of crafting – day 2: wreath with felt flowers

12 days of crafting – day 3: mosaics

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11 thoughts on “12 days of crafting: vertical christmas card holder

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  2. I love these flowers… they inspired me to make my own. I am working on a project with old felted sweaters. I have a lot of scraps, just the perfect size to cut out circles for flowers. They had cool texture to them and so I made a few holiday head bands for a friend’s little girl. So fun!

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