Need a great idea to display your Christmas Cards year-round? This nailhead trim burlap bulletin board would be just perfect.
I have this very clever and creative friend named Jane. One foot inside Jane’s home and you’re awed by all the impressive decor of her home, all done by Jane. Heck, she Venetian Plastered her foyer…ALL.BY.HERSELF!! We met while volunteering at the middle school library, but quickly realized we were creative kindred spirits.
The first time I went to Jane’s home, I spied a bulletin board that she kept in her laundry room which was populated by all the photo Christmas cards that they had sent out featuring their family or children. It was a great annual snapshot of how much her beautiful children had grown from year to year.
Not being bashful of adopting/borrowing/stealing another’s a great idea, I promptly came home, rummaged through my photos and keepsake boxes, and collected the Christmas cards or Christmas card photos since when my oldest was a wee one.
My next challenge was to find an appropriate collection space for these annual snapshots. Ever since refinishing the storage cube for my daughter’s dorm room, I’ve been looking for another project to use nailhead trim on. Creative Kismet! I love it when two ideas collide to make one fantastic project.
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I’m loving my finished Christmas Card/Nailhead Trim Burlap Bulletin Board especially since that cute little girl in the first couple of pictures is just starting her second week away from home at college.
It’s a great addition to my office, which is about to get a mini-face-lift anyway. If you want to refer back to this Nailhead Trim Burlap Bulletin Board project in the future, bookmark this page or pin the following image.
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