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Creative ways to display Christmas cards from family and friends | Tully's How-To

No artistic talent required
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Posted at 7:21 AM, Dec 19, 2018
and last updated 2018-12-19 18:00:45-05

In this edition of "Tully's How To" I'm giving you some ideas to help keep all of those Christmas cards from cluttering up your home and creative ways to display them this holiday season.

Our Digital Executive Producer Kelly Bazzle made a wooden snowman that can be propped up against the wall and cards can clip onto it. Kelly provided a step-by-step process to buy the items and construct it here.

It’s just a couple pieces of wood, some acrylic paint, wood glue, ribbon and clothespins. Lowe’s and Home Depot have pre-cut boards you can buy and acrylic paints wash right off if you get it on your hands.

And if you don’t trust your artistic talents to stretch that far, stencil something on the board instead, or add some twine for a more rustic look.

You can also just buy some ribbon, wrap it around a door like a present and clip cards to it. Or look for metal table top holders at a nearby hobby shops or online retailers. Most retail for under $20.

Don't break the bank and have some fun. This will only add to the Holiday decor you're already enjoying at your home.