Some people use a fireplace, some people hang a ribbon or string. This year, I have moved house, so I'm working out where everything goes and what looks best. Although we started with a ribbon, it soon became overwhelmed by the number of cards that both my daughters got from their classmates.
I wasn't sure what to do, so I decided to create a Washi Tape Christmas Tree to display them in a cute and quirky way on my hall cupboard door. Unfortunately, the next wave of cards meant that I had to find yet more places to hang them.
Luckily, I noticed a handy mirror that some family had kindly given us as a present.With its outside surround it was the perfect to display the remainder of the cards.
Where do you display yours? Do you have any unusual family traditions?
I love sending and getting christmas cards. I display them on fishing line that is permanently strung up in the living room. It is almost invisible when there are no cards on it. Birthday cards also get displayed there
We have long dispensed with the paper versions of sending Christmas cards to family and friends and tend to now only Facebook, Instagram or email good wishes. It's a sign of the times and technology. However, my elderly parents still embrace the giving of cards wishing one and all greetings for Christmas and the New Year - it's so refreshing to see this tradition continue. My parents habitually display their cards in the living room with the Christmas tree. Cards are on the fire-place mantel, cupboards and merge into the dining room.