A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver.
Proverbs 25:11

Friday, December 19, 2008

how I display my Christmas Cards--2nd post today

Two posts in one day.
Is there any BLOG rule about that?
Anyways, don't know if any of you will
like this idea, but thought that I would share.
This idea is from my sister, Susie
it is easy. I will adjust them as more come in.
My husband bought the pointsettia last weekend
I am so thankful for him.

16 comments:

Michele said...

Now *that* is a neat idea!

Sarah said...

Deby,
I love to see that I am not the only one that displays their Christmas cards this way. Have a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year.
Sarah Arnold

Polly & Steve said...

I love this idea, I will try this this weekend, I use to tape them to door facings.
Happy weekend!
Polly

Tracy said...

What a clever idea!

Mrs. Julie Fink said...

This is a good idea!

Kristi said...

That's a terrific idea...but I don't have those kind of blinds.

:(

Good idea though. :)

~Kristi

Kristi said...

By the way...your poinsettia is beautiful.

~Kristi

Mildred said...

Deby, Thanks for sharing this idea. How thoughtful of your husband to bring home such a beautiful centerpiece. Merry Christmas.

Donna said...

I see I could have been saving myself a lot of scotch tape over the years! Good idea!

Susan said...

Enjoyed reading your post.Good idea with the Christmas cards.God Bless.

Miss Linda said...

What a wonderful idea! That poinsettia is really beautiful!

Lisa's Blessed A Latte said...

Cute and cozy.....Love it!!!

Jodi said...

Very clever! And what a beautiful poinsettia.

Abounding Treasures said...

Very clever ... I have mini blinds but never thought of it.

Unfortunately, it would prevent me from being able to open and close them so I can't use it :o)

Your pointsettia is lovely :o)

Candy-Faith said...

Thats so awesome. I see my card :):)
Love Candy

Jennifer said...

What a neat idea! Much better than a little basket where you can only see the one on top ... can't wait to try this next Christmas!