Are you wondering what is going on and what the heck is Gingerbread & Peppermint Week? No, I am not transitioning into a baking blog. BTW I love to bake because I love to eat baked goods and that is why I don't bake. I am referring to the Gingerbread & Peppermint Suite, pages 8-10 of the 2021 July-December Mini Catalog. I am experimenting to see if focusing on one stamp set, bundle, and/or suite helps me be more efficient and creative.
This card is note card size (3-1/2" x 5") and yes, it is mailable.
The sentiment panel pulls up when you open the card. You can also attach a gift card with a glue dot where the sentiment is.
I just realized that I forgot to list the Delicate Baubles die which were also used. Where? The bow at the top of the ornament is from that die set. The die is a bow with a long "string " and I cut off the string and used just the bow.
The colors in the Gingerbread & Peppermint DSP are Real Red, Old Olive, Early Espresso, and Cinnamon Cider, a pretty classic Christmas palette. Some of the designs on the DSP can be cut out using the Gingerbread dies and/or fussy cut. There are also lot of classic patterns like plaids, stripes, and dots, which make this DSP pack quit versatile.
Here you can see the sentiment panel and how it pulls up from the pocket (bottom half of card).
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