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Wedding Card Collage You’ll Want to Display

This wedding card collage is so easy to make. Don’t keep those beautiful cards in a box – make a unique piece of wall art that you can display!

Skills Required: None. Even if you’ve never Mod Podged canvas before, this is an easy project to make. You’ll be decoupaging thicker cards to canvas so no need to worry about wrinkles.

Make a wedding card collage

You get married. You get a lot of cards. And what do you do? Stick them in a box, never to be seen again, until the day you force your hubs to re-live the memories with you.

This canvas art idea from Valerie is great because the cards stick around all year. All you need is a punch, Mod Podge and a canvas. And wouldn’t it be fun for birthday or other milestone cards as well?

If you want to learn more about this project, visit the tutorial at Valerie’s blog or you can check out the how-to below.

Yield: 1 canvas

Wedding Card Collage

Make a wedding card collage

Learn how to make a wall collage using your wedding cards! Perfect for commemorating that special day.

Prep Time 45 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes
Difficulty Easy
Estimated Cost $5


  • Large canvas - 16" x 20"
  • Mod Podge
  • Acrylic paint (optional)


  • Decorative punch - 2"
  • Paintbrush


  1. Prepare the canvas if desired using acrylic paint - you can also leave the canvas white. Let dry.value pack canvas
  2. Punch out shapes from the cards. For a 2" punch, you'll want 80 circles (8" x 10").Punch out shapes from wedding cards
  3. Place Mod Podge on the back of the circles and then down on the canvas. Start at the top left and place the circles down. Continue moving across the canvas adding cards and Mod Podge until it's covered. Let dry.Mod Podge wedding cards to a canvas
  4. Apply two more coats of Mod Podge on top, letting dry 20 minutes between coats.
  5. Let dry completely before hanging on the wall.Wedding Card Collage


Select a canvas to fit the number of cards you have - if you use a 1" or 2" punch, it won't matter what size your canvas is as long as the measurements are even in terms of inches (16" vs. 16.25" for example).

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Monday 4th of June 2012

Such a GREAT idea! I need to do that to my own cards, which I haven't pulled out in over 5 years, ha ha!


Monday 4th of June 2012

This is a super clever idea. Nice job!

Steph @ The Silly Pearl

Monday 4th of June 2012

I would love to do this for cards we've received for our girls' birthdays as well!Thanks for linking my giveaway of your totally awesome book (oops I just gave away my review, not that anyone would be surprised!).


Monday 4th of June 2012

This is brilliant! I have been holding on to our wedding cards for 8 months with no idea how to display them...Love this idea!


Monday 4th of June 2012

Great idea!

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