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A minimalist Christmas tree as a support for your cards

Call me old, but although I think the Christmas greetings WhatsApp and various social networks are very good and such, I still like postcards that arrive by regular mail. Since childhood I loved to open the mailbox these days and see the congratulations that were received in my house, less and less arrive, but maybe that's why they have even more charm.

When I was little my parents placed the cards received at home as an ornament, completing with them the Christmas decoration, I bet that many of you also did it at home. If you still receive some of those Christmas cards in your home, you can place them on a minimalist tree getting an original Christmas decoration as we see in the photos of this article.

Instead of placing Christmas cards in the living room furniture, the idea is to concentrate them all on a tree-shaped panel or a wall tree that can be made of cardboard or wood. Can even replace a traditional Christmas tree and has the advantage that it occupies less space.

I love the idea and it also seems like a good way to keep alive the tradition of send holiday greeting cards and the new year for those who do not live nearby. The message via mobile is not bad, but the cards are much prettier, don't you think?

Video: What we're giving our kids for Christmas Minimalist Family Life 2018 (December 2019).

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