Christmas Tree Card Display

Just two days until Christmas and I want to slow it all down so I can savor it longer.  Do you feel the same? I have completed my gift shopping and most of the wrapping and really have only the grocery shopping left, which I’ll do today.  We’ll be having my family over on Christmas afternoon for an early dinner and everyone will pitch in on the food, which makes it even better.  My sister-in-law made the best jalapeño creamed corn for Thanksgiving and I’ve been craving it ever since, so she’ll be making it again.  My brother will bring his fryer over and deep-fry a turkey and my Dad is bringing some desserts.   I still need to set the table too- I want to do something that coordinates with the decor in the dining room.  
In the kitchen, I made a little holiday card holder in the shape of a Christmas tree out of red bungee cord (from the craft store), command hooks, and mini clothespins.   

I traced the tree onto a piece of poster board, cut it out to make a stencil, then put it on the wall to mark where the hooks would go. 
This wall in our kitchen is the perfect spot for displaying Christmas cards because you can see them so often.  Our cards went out very late this year.  And I’m such a dork because after I ordered them, I realized I forgot to put our name on them.  So they just say “JOY” on the front with photos of our son (that he chose).  Nice.  Also, I ordered a square card, which requires a .66 cent stamp.  Live and learn.  🙂
Thank you to everyone who entered the Stella & Dot giveaway.   The winner of the Stella & Dot Nora Pendant necklace is Rachael Bloomer!  Congratulations!  

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Hi! I’m Megan, mom to a thoughtful teenager and spunky young girl. We call Houston home and recently moved into our dream home. I traded my lawyer hat to become a full-time blogger in 2010. I love sharing my passion for affordable fashion, home decor, organization, & fitness to help inspire you to take care of you!


  1. Great idea!!! I didn't come up with anything this year, and they are piling up on our counters! Ack! Except yours, which is washi taped to the cabinet! 🙂 And ahhhh, I love the kids at the 'star' point of your tree!! xoxoxo

  2. I kinda did the same thing with my card– I like to send a Christmas postcard, instead of card. But this year I ordered oversize postcards, so I still had to lay the normal first-class postage. :-p Duh. I didn't think of that either when I ordered. But they turned out really cute!

    I punch a hole in the corner of my cards, and put them on a ring and leave the "book" on the coffee table/ottomans in the family room so you can flip through them. Each year has its own ring so you can look through them years after .

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