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Frame and Ornament Display
Transform an empty frame into Christmas wall art. Thread a glass ball ornament onto a narrow length of ribbon. Tie the ends together and tack to the back of a wooden picture frame so the ball hangs in the middle. Hang the frame on the wall from a pretty ribbon tied in a secure bow.
Dual Square Wreaths
Highlight a buffet or sideboard with square green wreaths hung on the wall above it. If you’re hosting a party, the artful arrangement is an eye-catching way to draw guests to the goodies.
Christmas Greetings Board
Turn your Christmas cards into a work of art. Wrap a bulletin board with batting and cover with fabric. Using a disappearing-ink fabric marker, draw a snowflake design in the center of the fabric-covered board. Tack ribbon or twill tape along the snowflake lines, then cover the thumbtacks with decorative buttons using hot glue.
Memory Lane Picture Frames
Gather Christmas pictures from years past to show off for the holiday season. Mount the photos on holiday scrapbooking paper and place in simple frames. Swap existing artwork for these festive, nostalgic pieces.
Wrapped Present Wall Decoration
Wrap an existing frame with colorful Christmas fabric to look like a present. For a dose of extra holiday style, trim the fabric with coordinating ribbon or rickrack.
Wire Christmas Tree Wall Decoration
Turn a seasonal symbol into festive wall art by crafting a Christmas tree out of ball ornaments and wire. Create the tree from sections of crafts wire, then make S-shape ornament holders from smaller sections of wire and hang ornaments on the tree. Add a glittery star to mimic a tree topper. Hang the wire tree on the wall. Make the ornament tree into art by framing it. Top the frame with a bow.
Hanging Natural Wreaths
Dress your wall with a multitude of wreaths. Find wreaths of varying sizes at a crafts store. Embellish them with holly berries, birds, and ribbon. Alternate sizes for an easy wall display.