It’s been so fun decorating the 1905 Cottage for the holidays. I’m sending my holiday cards out this week and we have had quite a few come in so far from family and friends. I love seeing all of the beautiful cards and family pictures and I love to display them. So I thought it would be fun to create a pretty card display.
And as I was thinking about it I thought it would be fun to create something that can be changed up and left out all year. So during December it can display holiday cards, but in January and February it can display Valentine’s cards. And then throughout the spring and summer we can use it to display Instagram photos and other momentos.
And my friends at Duck Brand asked me to create a project using their Duck Tapes, I thought it would be perfect for this project. There are SO many cool patterns and finished of Duck Tape now. Sparkly ones, all kinds of colors, and fun designs too!!
So here is how I created this interchangeable Snowflake Pallet Card Display:
You can use any pallet or make one on your own. This little pallet was pre-made at Michaels. All I had to do was spray paint it!
While the pallet was drying, I stained my snowflakes. These are from The Wood Connection. I love this Mini Wax Wood Sheen stain – it’s more of a gel consistency and it’s easy to apply. All I had to do was apply some to a damp paper cloth and rub the stain over the snowflakes.
When the paint was dry I put three strips of Duck Tape on the pallet. SO easy!
Then I attached the snowflakes to the pallet with Command Strips – which are easy to take off. You can also use big glue dots.
Then I hung the pallet up.
Now I have a pretty place to display my cards!!
And I can keep the snowflakes up all winter if I want.
In February I will take the snowflakes down and put up some pretty pink or purple ducktape along with this little Valentine’s Day banner and display my Valentine’s Day cards!!
There are so many fun things you can do with Duck Tape.
You can see more awesome ideas to make with Duck Tape by following along with them:
How do YOU display your cards?
Have a HAPPY day!
This post was sponsored by Duck Brand. All ideas are my own.
Love this!! Unfortunately I could not find the small pallet st Michaels which I think the small strips of wood areperfect for the project. Any other suggestions?