One quick way to organize Christmas cards that you get from family and friends every year if you want to have them for keepsakes to remember them.
I don’t know about you, but our family gets a lot of Christmas cards every year. I get so excited watching them roll in. I remember back when I was younger or even in my early 20s I was like “Why do people send these out? I don’t get it!”
Now having a family and being oldER, I get it. They’re actually really fun to do! Just sucks when you’re me and totally absolutely hate taking pictures.
The first year we sent one out, it was just of Charlotte and I was over the moon about it.
Especially the back.
We hadn’t done one since, but since we had a new little member join our family, we decided to send one out this year and I am so glad we did.
The question came in how we were going to organize these Christmas cards and store them. It actually happened by accident when I was looking for something else in my craft drawers a while back and came across these.
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I don’t even know why I have them or where they came from, but I do know you can get them on Amazon if you’re not like me and hoard weird, random office supplies. This is a 15 pack and it’s 6 bucks which means 15 YEARS worth of easy wrangling of these cards.
Every year, all I do is stack them up, punch a hole in the top left corner of all of them once I get them oriented the way I want them and then put the binder clip on it.
Now, some people get all crafty and make ornaments or cut them up and make art out of them or something like that, but after the holidays, I need to give my brain a break from craftiness and just be regular old me and punch holes in stuff and call it a day.