Gingerbread Delight

Hi there πŸ™‚ Some festive fun, featuring images from 2 Power Poppy digital sets. I used the image and one of the sentiments from the Gingerbread Cottage set, as well as the fronts of both the gingerbread boy and girl from the Gingerbread Family set. I colored all the images with my Copics, and added some touches of “shine” with a white Posca pen.

After cutting them out with a die, I set them aside to try and figure out what kind of card to make….it was for my bestie, so it had to be special πŸ™‚ Well, after settling on a side step type of card, I proceeded to cut, fold, and wreck 4 pieces of paper, before getting the base for this one!!! It’s as if I had never made a side step card….man, was I brain dead!!! I had purchased a pad of gorgeous Christmas plaid papers, and this particular print seemed perfect with these adorable images. I die cut some trees to tuck behind the “kids”, added some square gems and then finished off with some green bows. Loving how this turned out….even with the grief and confusion I had while assembling it πŸ™‚

I’d like to enter this in the following:

Power Poppy Creative Confetti Challenge – Mad About Plaid πŸ™‚

Crafter’s Cafe Challenge Blog – #233 Holidays or I spy with my little eye something that starts with C – it’s an obvious Holiday card, but also has Cottage and Cookies πŸ™‚

Creative Knockouts – #331 ATG

Crafty Hazelnut’s Patterned Paper – January ATG with Patterned Paper

Classic Design Challenge – #1 January ATG


  1. Perseverance paid off! If I had a penny for all those wrecked papers over the years I would be a very wealthy woman! Your card is beautiful and your coloring is fantastic. I’m sure your bestie loved every inch of it! So glad you joined us at Creative Knockouts for our Anything Goes challenge!

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