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Greeting Card Holders

Updated on May 6, 2014

Put your holiday cheer on display!

Every year, I get a ton of holiday cards. They all look so pretty so I want to display them for everyone to see. Usually I just open them and set them on shelves. But then every time someone walks by or a door gets opened, they fall. That got old real fast. So this year, I got myself a special holder. It holds all my cards securely so I don't have to worry about them falling down anymore. And it just looks so neat! Plus, I can display a lot more and use less space!

When the holidays are past and it's time to take down all my decorations, I don't need to worry about storing my holders. I just leave them up and replace their contents with postcards and photographs.

Umbra Fotofalls Photo Organizer

The Umbra Fotofalls Photo Organizer is great if you want to show off your cards but you only have limited space. The desktop fotofalls holds 18 of them and stands approximately 18" tall. It has a nickel finish and the clips will not damage the paper.

Umbra Fotofalls, 55" High Metal Floor Standing Display

If you are looking for a striking way to display your holiday greetings, then you need the Umbra Fotofalls Floor Standing Display Tree. This photo tree stands approximately 5 feet tall when assembled, and up to 36 cards or photos can be clipped to its 'branches'.

Wire Photo and Card Holder

Wire holders are excellent for displaying photos and cards from every occasion. This year, organize your greetings on this 5 foot wire holder. It looks great hung vertically or bend it into a curvy shape and hang it horizontally. It holds up to 40 cards!

This is so cute! And it's perfect for all your greeting cards! This 4 foot wire holder will display up to 28 cards. It can be hung horizontally or vertically to suit the space on your walls.

Desk or Shelf Card and Photo Holder

This holder looks great on any desk or shelf. Use it to display up to 10 greeting cards. It's approximately 2 feet long and can easily be bent to fit your needs.

Christmas Tree Card Stand

Decorate your mantle, entryway or desk with this Christmas tree card stand. This iron stand is 16" x 19" and it's tiered display ensures every single one gets seen. It even holds up to 40 cards!!

Did You Know

When the holidays are gone, these holders can also be used to display your pictures or postcards!

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      6 years ago

      Wow! Umbra Fotofalls is really nice. Thanks for this information

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      6 years ago

      liked the umbrella card holder, this would be cool to have at work or at home.

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      7 years ago

      Greeting card holders are a great idea. I usually end up taping them to a wall or door. Very cool!

    • tiff0315 profile image


      7 years ago

      I love the christmas ones! I have made one of my own with decopage and clothes pins. It's fun to see all the people who care!

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      Lisa Auch 

      7 years ago from Scotland

      What a fantastic idea, It was my hubbys birthdayyesterday and I am looking at all the cards, lined up! this is what I really should buy

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      7 years ago

      These are definitely more attractive than just lining them up somewhere.

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      7 years ago

      @Virginia Allain: lol. That is too funny. I can just imagine it. Well, at least he displayed them. Most men I know read a card and throw it away.

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      Virginia Allain 

      7 years ago from Central Florida

      Very attractive card display stands. I know a single guy who ran a string across his living room, attaching it with duct tape to the ceiling. The cards were draped over it for Christmas. Sigh..

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      7 years ago

      Wow! I remember hanging them across the wall as a kid. These greeting card holders would be great!


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