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Folded Greeting Card Homemade Christmas Ornament

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Updated May 26, 2016
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Commemorate all of the wonderful cards you've received on Christmas with a Folded Greeting Card Homemade Christmas Ornament. Instead of getting rid of those beautiful greetings, use them as inspiration for handmade Christmas ornaments. It's guaranteed that there won't be anything like it on anyone else's tree. In the end, you'll have a standout new paper Christmas ornament with patterns that can't be found on any other ornament. You won't have to worry about the clutter of leftover cards ever again. Christmas ornament ideas are a great way to celebrate the holidays and get excited about decorating the tree.

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Folded Greeting Card Homemade Christmas Ornament
Folded Christmas Cards Ornament
This image courtesy of theprincessandthetot.blogspot.com

Estimated Cost: Under $10

Time to complete: Under an hour

Main Material: Recycled Materials

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This is one of the most beautiful recycled Christmas card crafts we've seen here at AllFreeChristmasCrafts. It uses old Christmas cards that many of us have sitting around far after the rest of the Christmas decorations have been taken down. The first Christmas cards were sent in 19th century Britain, with the custom being started by Sir Henry Cole. Sir Henry Cole worked at what is now known as the Public Record Office. The first Christmas cards were illustrated by John Callcott Horsley and showed images of celebration and charity. Along with the images was the sentiment, "A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to You." These cards were sold by the thousands for a shilling each. Since then, Christmas cards have been a staple for sending good will to family and friends. They are so pretty that we like to put them up on display and, of course, make Christmas crafts with them afterward.  

 

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