11 DIY Christmas Card Holders

Here are the best holiday DIY Christmas Card Holders! They include wire Christmas card holders perfect for showing off holiday cards, memo boards, and more! These Christmas card holders are all easy to make and look adorable.  Get ahead of the game and make your card holder now!

DIY Christmas Card Holders

Create a new Christmas tradition or do a simple activitiy for kids with these awesome holiday crafts! Use these pictured instructions to make Holiday CraftsDIY DecorFood and RecipesParty Ideas, Free Printables, and Activities for Kids perfect for the holiday season!

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Christmas Card Holder

Quirky Wire Hanger Holiday Card Holder

1.  Quirky Wire Hanger Holiday Card Holder ~ Make an easy Holiday Card Holder using dry cleaning wire hangers and Washi Tape!

DIY Tufted Memo Board

2.  DIY Tufted Memo Board {photo display} ~ Here is a step by step tutorial on how to turn a plain picture frame into a beautiful tufted card holder!

DIY Christmas Card Holder

3.  DIY Christmas Card Holder ~ This adorable Christmas tree card holder couldn’t get any easier! Three 1-1/2 inch by 1/4 inch thick pieces of wood were used to form the tree.  Make it as big or as little as you would like.  I think yard sticks would work great too!  {{wink}}

Christmas Card Holder Wreath

4.  Christmas Card Holder Wreath ~ I simply adore this creative way to display Christmas cards!  A wire hanger and clothespins were kept in a neutral tone to be later used for displaying post cards or family photos.

DIY Christmas Card Holder

5.  DIY Christmas Card Holder ~ This post features a creative and beautiful way to display all those Christmas cards you’ll get over the holiday season! Using pieces of wood and string/twine zig zagged across the wood to create a perfect place to pin up your cards to display.

Christmas Tree Card Holder

6.  Christmas Tree Card Holder ~ This is a rustic take on a Christmas card holder. With this tutorial you’ll learn how to create this tree stand using strips of wood, paint and mini clothes pins. Perfect to use year after year!

{Bulletin Board} Turned Christmas Card Holder

7.  {Bulletin Board} Turned Christmas Card Holder ~ Turn an ordinary corkboard into a fun Christmas card display.

DIY Card Holder

DIY Christmas Card Holder

8.  DIY Christmas Card Holder ~ How to make a DIY Christmas Card Holder for the holidays just might be the easiest craft I’ve ever under taken because it only takes stringing up a ribbon and spray painting clothes pins. You can make it for no money if you have ornaments from Christmas’ past.

Shutter Christmas Card Display

9.  Shutter Christmas Card Display ~ This is a great idea to not only organize all the Christmas cards you get in the mail but also display them in style! Using an unfinished shutter painted in your favorite festive color, you create a great way to display all your cards for the Holiday season!

Christmas Card Holder {how to}

10.  Christmas Card Holder {how to} ~ Salvaged materials were used to make this beautiful card holder.  An old window frame was painted and given a weathered look and fabric was added for the backing.

Framed Chicken Wire Card Holder

11.  Framed Chicken Wire Card Holder ~ Use a little paint and chicken wire to turn old frames into a beautiful way to organize and display Christmas cards and photos.  It can also double as a message board or a way to display your childrens art. 


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We’’re continuing our Christmas in July with more amazing pictured tutorials for homemade gifts, DIY decorating, free printables, and recipes.

Homemade Christmas Crafts Homemade Gift Ideas

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