It’s going to happen any day now, the arrival of the first holiday card…

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It’s finally happened. The refrigerator is no longer large enough to display all of the Holiday cards we receive.

Sadly, the solution is NOT to get a larger refrigerator. :)

About two years ago I started hanging my Christmas cards on a wall in my living room, incorporating yarn and those cute little miniature clothes pins you find in craft stores. It’s worked pretty well, because it’s hard to run of room.

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Our holiday cards, 2010

I love getting Christmas and Holiday cards from my friends. Some of my favorites are from Tiny Prints! They are such high quality and the designs are just beautiful and there are so many to choose from.

What I really want to know is, how do YOU display YOUR holiday cards?

Disclaimer: I received product from Tiny Prints in exchange for this post. No other compensation was received and the opinons here are my own.

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  1. Vanessa Kowalski says

    I, sadly, do not receive many holiday cards every year. What I did a few years ago, I purchased a large poster frame from Michaels, biggest one they had, then I lined the backing with my favorite wrapping paper. Now, as I receive cards, I place them in the frame as a sort of Christmas collage, if it fills up, which it should this year, I’ll just rotate out some of the old cards.

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