Do you have a designated spot to put all of your Christmas cards when they arrive in the mail? I've seen a couple variations of this Christmas card wreath floating around the interwebs.

DIY Christmas card wreath takes less than an hour to make, and it can show off all the cards received over the holidays.

Most Christmas card wreath tutorials I've seen involve some sort of glue or beads or wire tying. I wanted a simple version that I could have hung up in minutes.

DIY Christmas card wreath takes less than an hour to make, and it can show off all the cards received over the holidays.

This Christmas card wreath requires nothing other than a wreath form, about 100 large clothespins, 150 small colored clothespins and a ribbon for hanging.

DIY Christmas card wreath takes less than an hour to make, and it can show off all the cards received over the holidays.

We're working with CVS, and we used their awesome same-day service to print out our business Christmas cards this year! Every year, I send out holiday cards to some of our favorite clients. It's a nice little way to show our appreciation for their work with us, and I've found that it keeps us top-of-mind when they're planning partnerships for next season. The cards representing our business need to be high-quality but relatively inexpensive and EASY, because Lord knows I have enough stuff to get on top of in December!

DIY Christmas card wreath takes less than an hour to make, and it can show off all the cards received over the holidays.

I went to www.cvs.com/photo (they also have an app for all you on-the-go people) and pulled my favorite pic in from Facebook. As you can see, it doesn't necessarily drop everything perfectly into place, but it's super-easy to personalize. I made a couple quick photo edits and customized the font and color so it matched our site's branding, and we were ready to pick up our cards in an hour! They have beautiful templates in 4×6, 5×7 and 8×10 sizes.

DIY Christmas card wreath takes less than an hour to make, and it can show off all the cards received over the holidays.

As for the wreath, I simply clipped the large clothespins onto the center rungs. The spacing between the two wires in the middle is perfect for the two grooves in the clothespins. Then the smaller, decorative clothespins get placed on the rungs in between.

DIY Christmas card wreath takes less than an hour to make, and it can show off all the cards received over the holidays.

This Christmas card wreath takes less than an hour to make. Show off the cards you receive!Click To Tweet

Add some ribbon and hang your Christmas card wreath for all to see. We have an inset porch and don't get much rain here in San Diego, so we put ours on the front door. Those of you with less-cooperative weather may want to opt for an indoor pantry door or office.

DIY Christmas card wreath takes less than an hour to make, and it can show off all the cards received over the holidays.

Pin this Christmas card wreath for later!

How do you display your holiday cards?

Disclosure: I’m proud to partner with CVS/pharmacy for the Holiday How To campaign. I am being sponsored by CVS/pharmacy for my posts and activities, but all opinions expressed are my own, and all product claims or program details shared should be verified at CVS.com or with the appropriate manufacturers.