This DIY Christmas Card Display Holder not only looks cute but functions are a way to keep the clutter off your counters and display your holiday cards during Christmas! Keep reading and watch the video for how to make this fun Merry Mail board!
DIY Christmas Card Display Holder
- Scrap wood board (any size)
- Burlap Fabric (less than 1 yard, depending on the size of your board)
- Staple Gun
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Stencil or Vinyl Letters (optional – I used my Cricut to make vinyl letters)
1.Prep your board (sand, paint, etc) if necessary.
2. Measure the fabric against the board and cut to size. You will want at least 1-inch overhang on each side.
3. Cut the fabric into several strips (around 7 inches in height). My board was short in height so I only needed 4 strips. If you have a longer/narrow board, you will need more strips.
4. Iron the fabric to remove any wrinkles.
5. Iron a fold at the top and bottom of each strip of fabric.
6. Layer the fabric strips over the board to create “pockets” and attach to the back of the board using a staple gun from top to bottom.
7. Attach vinyl letters or stencil a message at the top (my board says “Merry Mail”)
8. Attach wall hangers to the back to hang
9. Add clothespins or clips as another way to hang or display cards (the chalkboard tree clips shown are from Target’s One Spot).
Control the Christmas card clutter with this easy DIY Christmas Card Display Holder. Layer burlap fabric strips to create pockets to hold your Christmas cards that can be used for years to come!
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