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Topic: How do YOU display your Christmas cards?  (Read 2264 times)
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« Reply #10 on: January 30, 2011 06:23:43 PM »

You have given me an idea with this that I desperately hope I remember...

How much fun would it be to make a French Memo Board (http://www.sashasroots.com/images/Torrance%20Scrap%20Ruth%204.jpg) in the shape of a Christmas Tree or Snowman that you can slide cards into each year??? It could hang right on the wall, and maybe even have hooks in the bottom for stockings. 

I'm TOTALLY doing this.

It's late, and I've been wondering...  How I can stay awake so long and miss so much...

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