The first thing I did was scavenge through the forest to find sticks that were fairly straight and about 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch thick. Then I clipped them to the desired length so I could have the descending in size. The top one was approximately 8 inches long and the bottom was about 36 inches long.
Merry Mail Tree Christmas Card Display
Every year we receive beautiful Christmas cards from friends and family that just lay in a stack on the counter. This year I wanted a simple, seasonal way to display them. I created a "tree" on my wall using just jute rope and sticks.
Then I wrapped and hot glued jute rope around the ends of each stick. My jute rope I also measured in evenly descending lengths.
Then I nailed into the wall where I wanted my top triangle of the tree to go.
Then I used paper clips to attach my Christmas cards to the jute rope!
I also hung some cute little juniper branches.
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