Papertrey Ink – Gingerbread Card

A Christmas card with Papertrey Ink Scent-imentals.

Hello crafty friends! I hope you are having a great day! I am getting a head start on my Christmas cardmaking and sharing a Christmas in July project that features an older stamp set from the Papertrey Ink Shop, I think it is no longer available. Sorry. It’s the Scent-imentals Vol 7 No 83 Stamp. Of all the goodies that arrive during the Holidays, gingerbreads are my favorite:) They are so cute, they make me smile and I am borderline obsessed with them, but to me they are NOT yummy, lol:) I used patterned paper from the Candy Cane Prints on my background and then using the Brick Wall Stencil Set, I ink blended a panel to layer on top.

I used 2 inks to toasty up my gingerbreads, Classic Kraft and Honey Nut. Pure poppy was the perfect red for the heart in him and for the tag I created with the Charming Tags 1 Die set. I love the Loop De Loop Die and use it for all my “Sweet” cards because to me it looks just like icing:) I finished it off with a few pine needles from the Sending Joy stamp set and Coordinating Die using Olive Twist Ink and Simply Chartreuse. Lastly for some texture I used a button from the Classic Kraft Vintage Buttons set and tied a faux bow on top with Rustic Cream Button Twine. I love how this turned out and hope you do too! Check out the Papertrey Ink Shop and the latest Release Here!

Supplies

Candy Cane Prints & Brick Wall Stencil Set

Sending Joy Stamp and Coordinating Die Set

Loop De Loop Die & Charming Tags 1 Die set

Papertrey Ink Perfect Match Cardstock Sampler I (74 sheets)

Papertrey Ink – Dye Ink Pads – Ink by Color

One thought on “Papertrey Ink – Gingerbread Card

  1. I tried to leave a comment earlier this morning, but something went glitchy… so if this is a duplicate, please excuse.
    I think this is a really nice card; I love gingerbread men and the embellishments are wonderful. You’re so creative. Holidays, to me, should be filled with Sugar and Spice and everything nice. Pumpkin Bread is a Holiday tradition in my house from before Thanksgiving through Christmas. YUMMY! LOL

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