Holiday decor with Kimber McGray!

Holiday decor with Kimber McGray!

With the upcoming holidays, I broke out some supplies and starting creating some new decor for the house. This year I decided I wanted to add something to my Christmas card holder that hangs in my hall way. 

For this project, I used a set of the new Jillibean Soup stampables, the chalkboard flags. These chalkboard flags are nice because they are very light-weight and easy to punch holes in them with the We R Memory Keepers Crop-o-dile. 


To start this project, I punched holes in the corners of all of the flags so I could string them on some twine when I was finished. 


Next, I used a Uniball Signo white gel pen to create a simple border on each flag. I like the Uniball Signo pen because it writes very smoothly and shows up nice and dark on the black background. 


Since I want to use this banner for more than Christmas, I decided to use chalk or my soapstone chalk from Crate & Barrel. I like the nice point on this chalk. 


As you can see, I didn't like the 'A' I created on one of the banners, so I simply wiped it off with a soft cloth and re-drew it. 



To finish the project, I strung the chalkboard flags on some kraft twine and tied the finished banner on my card holder. 



Ta-da!  Super easy!

Would love to see what you're doing to add some handmade holiday decor to your home so please link it up in the comments below!

~  Kimber McGray





  1. Del Marie Riley November 13, 2013 at 3:01 pm

    Very cute and easy.

  2. Kathy P November 13, 2013 at 3:08 pm

    Cute idea! I’ve never seen a card rack like that! Love your banner!

  3. jennifer edwardson November 13, 2013 at 4:51 pm

    LOVE this Kimber ❤

  4. Penny Douphinett November 14, 2013 at 11:49 am

    Wonderful idea – I want those flags!

  5. Paula King November 17, 2013 at 5:17 pm

    WherThe You Get The Card Holder? Love It And The GladTo. 🙂

  6. Paula King November 18, 2013 at 10:37 am

    Where did you get card holder? I Love it. I love the banner! My crazy phone made the typos

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