DIY Christmas Card Holder

How to make a DIY Christmas Card Holder for the holidays just might be the easiest craft I’ve ever under taken because it only takes stringing up a ribbon and spray painting clothes pins.   It’s so easy it should be criminal, and you can make it for no money if you have ornaments from Christmas’ past.  So, go gather some ornaments, a few clothes pins and ribbon and make your own DIY Christmas Card Holder in mere minutes!

DIY Christmas Card Holder

Supplies Needed for Making a DIY CHRISTMAS CARD HOLDER:

DIY christmas card holder

  • ornaments
  • string/wire/twine for line
  • clothes pins

Directions for Making a DIY CHRISTMAS CARD HOLDER:

Step 1:  Spray paint clothes pins using antique gold.

Step 2:  String ribbon, wire, or line across mantle.  This is what you’ll hang cards and ornaments from.  Easy peasy.  I used a sequined ribbon.

Step 3:  Place your ornaments and cards on the ribbon or line using the gold clothes pins.  There is no right or wrong way to do this.  Make it look however is pleasing to your eye!  That’s it!  Adjust as cards come in.

DIY christmas card holder

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