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Now that Christmas has come and gone, chances are you have a wealth of holiday cards lying around the house. We’ve seen a ton of great ideas for preserving holiday cards throughout the year, and this one might just be our favorite! Ashley from Under the Sycamore photographed all her holiday cards and turned them into her contact’s images on her phone. So smart, right?

We want to hear from you! What are you going to do with all your 2011 holiday cards? Leave us a comment below.

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  1. Janice says:

    This is such a brilliant idea!

  2. Karla says:

    I bought several inexpensive mini photo albums and I put family and friend’s Christmas card photos in them. I make labels for the front of each album with the year those photos came. I keep them in a basket that I put out at Christmas time each year. It’s fun to look at the pictures over the years, esp. the families with children to see how they grow and change. Also provides a sweet memory of our loved ones who have passed away.

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  4. Sondra says:

    My sister in law use to take so many at a time and laminate them to make place mats for their dinner table.

  5. chantell says:

    I read somewhere about taking those cards putting a ring through all of them and then taking a turn weekly to pray for that family during the next year.

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  8. Paula Lundquist says:

    I take last year’s cards and make gift tags for this year. I cut them in half and use the whole front from some if there is no writing on the back. From others, I cut out something from the front and use that. Lots more room for a message on your gift!

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