Not Ready to Part with Holiday Cards? Make A Flip Book

2 Jan

Aside from the snowflake lights that hang from our window, all the Christmas decorations are down. The hardest part for my daughter is taking the beautiful Holiday photo cards of friends and family off the wall. We like to keep them as long as possible but they always end up all over the apartment. This year I decided to make her a photo book with all the cards so that we can keep them for a while and they won’t be everywhere. It was easy to make. All you need is a hole puncher and a binder ring. Punch the corners of the cards and put them on the clip. At the end put your family card (if you have extras or made one) on the front for the cover of the book.  My daughter loves her book!

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3 Responses to “Not Ready to Part with Holiday Cards? Make A Flip Book”

  1. Danielle January 2, 2013 at 9:24 pm #

    I always feel terrible throwing them out because they are so expensive. This was such a great idea. Love it!

    • tastefullychildish January 3, 2013 at 3:38 pm #

      I feel bad throwing them out too but it’s harder for my daughter because she loves to look at all of her friends. She shows them to visitors. Now we can hold onto them longer…I have a feeling she will want to keep them with her books until next year 🙂

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