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11/29/2017

Wed 29

Gingerbread House Card
by Jennifer Svare

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Hello!  This fun gingerbread house card was made using the Classic Cottage die.  I used this die for Thanksgiving placeholders last week.  This is a similar idea with the trees and house, but just by switching to bright colors and turning it all into gingerbread, it's easy to create a card with a completely different look! This would also make a fun shaker card.

I love how the gingerbread boy and girl dies have so many options in the way they cut out into separate pieces.  I used the key lime and red gingham paper by Birchpress Design for the vest and dress.  

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I also wanted to show how cute the trees look over top of Birchpress Design's gingham paper.  I didn't use it for this project, but just had to show it!  There is transparent glitter paper over top:

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As part of this fun blog blitz, Poppystamps is giving away a prize on each post!  Enter by leaving a comment on the post with the prize you would like to win!  Enter several times by leaving comments on several posts.  This post's prize is the fabulous Tree Trunks die!

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Here's a video of how I made this card.  Thanks for stopping by, and will see you again soon!

 

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I told Dave years ago when I took a few classes from him how I love trees. He said he did too. This is no exception....love it!

Buenos días si hay muchas opciones que quedan bellísimas. A mi me encantó Jennifer. Gracias por compartir.

What an adorable little scene, you put all the elements together really nicely! A nice tree die is a must have in every crafter's stash, and funnily enough I don't own one yet, so thanks so much for the chance to win one!

I love trees and this die is awesome! So is your gorgeous card - love your little gingerbread house! xxx

What cute Gingerbread cookies. Love this card and the trees. Adorable.

Gorgeous scene card! Love those tree trunks and the little cabin die!

O my, how cute this is! Makes me think of the story of Hansel & Gretel.

Magnifique!!!
Nancy

This is absolutely adorable!! I can smell the gingerbread baking right now...Super sweet (pun intended..lol)!!

Oh my goodness - their little outfits are just darling! Super cute card!!

Jennifer, your card is totally adorable. I love the gingham outfits on the ginger kiddies. The whole scene is so sweet. Love that transparent glitter vinyl. Definitely a great way to bling up your favourite paper or card.

Cute gingerbread scene. Love the sparkly background.

This is ADORABLE, Jennifer! I LOOOOVE how you dressed these little Gingerbread people! SO CUTE! LOOOVE that gingham! AND the background you created with the glitter vinyl is GREAT!!! It just makes the WHOLE SCENE POP! AND makes those BEAUTIFUL TREES stand out even more!!!!!!! LOOOOVE the matching envelope to the background of your card too!!! SPECTACULAR JOB!!!!!!!!!!!! ;)

Those trees would make a marvelous background for so many scenes. Love the scene you created, so festive and fun !

Lovely seeing different ways to use dies...very nicely done.

Your card warms my heart! Thanks for the video

Thank you for making a video of your creative process! I have not come across the glitter paper but love the effect! Your scene is so festive and cute!

This is just adorable. I love the cookies and the gingerbread house.

Amazing gingerbread house card!!! Love the sparkle background!!!

Such a cute card. Thanks for sharing it with us.

I ABSOLUTELY LOVE this card!! What FUN inspiration!! Thank you!!

Oh, how I LOVE the gingham outfits on the gingerbread people!!!!!!!!!!!! The glittery background is great, too. I love everything about this card!!

What a lovely card and cute scene!

Love how you composition this adorable scene with all beautiful dies, love gingham!

What an adorable card. I love this blog. Everyone has great ideas.

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