Sunday, November 19, 2017

Homemade for the Holidays Video Series #2: Holiday Card Display Board

Hi Everyone, Happy Monday! Today's video is inspired by a board I saw at Hobby Lobby for displaying greeting cards. Since I had most of these supplies on-hand I thought it would be fun to make this for displaying personalized cards during the holiday season. 
{Supplies are listed below in the thumbnails at the end of the blog post}

Here is the video:
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Here is a full photo of how the board turned out. I mentioned in the video you might want to add a layer of Mod Podge over the vinyl to protect it. I decided to skip this step so I can change out the sentiment for different holidays and occasions. 

If you missed the first video in the series you can check it out on this blog post: Handmade for the Holidays Series #1

Thanks for stopping by and I'll see you all next time.

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  1. Love your photo board Christina, it is a nice board and with the tree clips and your Christmas photo cards, it will be so festive for the holiday or any time of the year. Good score on the board! Did you get it at Hobby Lobby? Hugs, Brenda

  2. Love the idea. I think you need a heavier string to support the weight of additional cards, and I'd staple the string to the sides of the board. TFS.

  3. Looks great, love this sharing so much, thanks!

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  5. Thanks for raising this issue. I agree that it is the type of thing Mozilla should be doing...

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