Christmas Card Wreath

I have had all my friends saving old Christmas cards for me. I saw a wreath in Good Housekeeping that used old cards to make a wreath so I decided to make one. It was so easy. You cut Christmas cards into a holly shape, hot glue a toothpick to the shape, and stick it in a foam wreath. Done! I made mine this morning and now it is serving as the tree skirt for our tiny tree. We just have a very small tree because we are not here for Christmas and neither one of us like to come home and un-decorate a huge tree. Our ornaments on this tiny tree are mostly from our travels. I have included some from Russia, Finland, Amsterdam, Germany, Ireland, and Egypt. Enjoy the tour of our tree. Thanks for stopping by today.

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2 thoughts on “Christmas Card Wreath

  1. Oh yeah! I’m first to make a comment. Love the wreath or “reaf” as the reporter from the snooze daily wrote in his pre article on Christmas in the Park. The ornaments are excellent, too. The Egypt one reminds me of the exhibit I went to a couple of weeks ago.

  2. I came across your wreath picture from a Google images search. I would absolutely love to use it as the image in an article I am writing about a step-by-step way to make these Christmas card wreaths. Please let me know if I’d be able to use it! Email me at
    Thanks so much!

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