Christmas Card Display {Christmas Tradition Series}

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Hiya! Jill from Every Day is an Occasion here to share one of our family traditions…well, a way to display one of our family traditions. How many of you out there send a Christmas or holiday card? We most certainly do. It is one of, if not THE FAVORITE, tradition. I love coming up with ideas and designing it. So SO fun! I also love getting the cards in the mail. Seriously though, how fun is it to run out to the mailbox and nab all the Christmas cards? I love seeing everyone’s family photos. Such a fun tradition! Today I’m going to share with you my Christmas Card Display, so you can proudly display your family’s card on your mantel or on a shelf, etc..

Christmas Card Display

IMG_6077 b This was our Christmas Card from last year. I loved it so much! I’m looking forward to getting ours in the mail soon! Yes, I am one of those crazy people who sends out their Christmas Cards the day after Thanksgiving!

IMG_6080 b If you notice the Christmas Card is held up by a glittery clothespin. That way we can easily change the card from year to year. So, what do you think you want to make one of these displays?

Materials:

-furniture leg pieces from Lowe’s

- Americana Multi surface Paint from Deco Art

- E-6000

-Clothespin

Steps:

1. Paint all furniture leg pieces to your desired pattern and color and allow to dry.

2. Using E-6000 Glue furniture leg pieces/screw pieces together. Allow to dry.

3. Using E-6000 glue clothespin on front.

4. Enjoy!

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