Jul 25, 2013

Glittery Christmas Card Holder

Welcome to the 
blog hop!

Jearise has gathered together a few sparkly crafters to showcase some glittery projects today!

The hop starts @ Lorby's World, where you can read all the hop info & prize details! Jearise will have a special drawing for a $10 gift card from Michael's. Be sure to leave a comment at every hop stop! The winner will be announced Sunday, July 28th! 

The Christmas crafting has started at our house!

Here's a fun way to hold all those lovely Christmas cards you'll be receiving!

Super easy and glittery sweet!

The glitter tape comes in varying widths, the smallest worked perfectly for the clothes-pins I found at the Dollar Store!

jute gardening twine, American Crafts glitter tape,
Dollar Store springed clothespins

This is a great craft for the kids!

Thanks so much for stopping by, your next hop stop is the super creative Lucy! Enjoy!

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  1. What a great idea to display cards!!! These could also be used to hold banner flags with each season!! Thanks for the inspiration!!

    Have a glittery day!!

  2. I LOVE this idea! can never find the card holders that I really want and this way can make it just the way you want it! beautiful.xx

  3. Great idea and perfect for displaying cards!


  4. Another awesome idea that's simple but pretty. I have been wondering how to display my cards the past few years and have just used a basket on a table to put them it but this idea is so simple but so pretty that I need to try it. Thanks for being here today. :)

  5. Great idea! I wonder how it would look using a glitter ribbon instead of twine. I love the pretty colors of tape you used. Thanks for sharing. Edwina Brown

  6. super cool Idea. love the glitter tap. thanks for sharing this Idea will need to try this too.

  7. A wonderful idea for Christmas cards but could also be used for Birthday etc too :-) TFS

  8. Maria, what a fabulous fun, way to hand the xmas cards up, love the glittery colours you have used...xxx


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