It’s that time of the year again! Time to get together your holiday cards! I don’t know about you, but I love receiving cards from my family and friends in the mail. I love to see their family photos! We display ours on a board and to be honest, I keep many of them year after year!
Photo cards are a great way to keep in touch with family and friends no matter how far away that they live. You can share a specific holiday photo or create a photo collage to show what your family has been doing for the past year. However you do it, these cards are a huge hit. And right now on Snapfish you can save 30% using the code COUP30 (through 11/30/16). Not only will you be able to order your holiday cards, but you can turn some of your photos into fun and unique gifts or maybe a nice canvas to display at home!
Now that you have your cards ordered, get ready for cards to arrive from your family and friends. Here are a few ideas on how to display your holiday cards this year!
I absolutely adore the evergreen in this holiday card display!
I love that you can keep this display from Liz Marie Blog up all year long!
I made this display from Lolly Jane a few years ago and I am obsessed. I keep mine up all year, usually in my office area to hold work papers, but during the holiday time, it comes out where everyone can see!
Add some pretty ribbon and this display is a great way to even have your doors spread with Christmas cheer!
I just adore this rustic shutter display!
Merry Mail – I can’t think of a better way to describe it!!
This DIY display is so easy but looks so great!
After the holidays are done, I love the idea of adding your cards to a ring to make kind of a holiday card scrapbook. What a nice way to keep them all together for years to come!
This wreath will look great decked out with cards from your family and friends!
Use what you have! This jingle bell display shows you can transform something you already own into a beautiful display!
Be sure to head to Snapfish to create your holiday cards this year! Don’t forget to pin!
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