Cards on trees.

While at the National Stationery Show last week, I threw a party for our designers and a few members of the press. Working with the great floral shop H. Bloom, I put together these fun card trees to display our samples.

I am so excited about re-creating this in our apartment to display our Christmas cards come December.

The tree branches were white washed which I think made them really special. I simply punched holes in the cards and tied them with ribbon. The little circle garlands I ordered from Kristina Marie on Etsy. I sent her some old samples we couldn’t use anymore and she made the paper garlands from them–so very green of us, don’t you think?

Red and green circles would really tie this together during the holidays.

I bought some pretty green and white Japanese fabric that I used underneath the trees and then on the little cocktail tables. Making a 1970’s conference room with no natural light look festive is no easy task!

But I think everyone really had a great time and enjoyed getting to know one another!

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One response to “Cards on trees.

  1. very clever with the garlands!! I’m impressed with the whole thing too – considering the blah space you had to work with.

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