Sending and receiving Holiday cards is probably one of my favorite things about this time of the year. We can all easily be connected on social media but there is something special about the good “old fashioned” way of sending love and prayers for the holiday season and New Year to come.
I tell myself every year that I need to cut back on sending cards…ya, that never really pans out! A few years ago, I made a Holiday Card Wreath to display the cards that my family received. It is a nice little reminder of the love and thoughts from near and afar.
This project is super simple!
What You Need:
- Artificial Wreath
- Acrylic Paint—get creative here! Use colors that will stand out on the green wreath and that compliment your holiday décor. I used red paint and gold glitter spray.
- Paint Brushes
- Paint top half of clothespins, allow to completely dry, then paint other side and let dry completely.
- If you chose to use a glitter paint or spray follow the same steps for painting the clothespins.
- Attach a bow to artificial wreath.
- After clothespins are completely dry, attach them to the wreath.
- Add cards as you receive them!
The Holiday Card Wreath serves as great holiday décor while waiting for your cards to arrive!
How do you display your holiday cards?
I am a Virginia girl living and embracing Texas life! I am one of “those moms” that makes all the decorations for birthday parties and gatherings at our house—but in my defense, crafting is synonymous with relaxing.