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25 Days of Christmas - Gingerbread House Sketch

On the third day of Christmas Tammey gave to you...
A GingerBread House Layout Sketch!

To download this one simply click on the
sketch and save it to your computer!

Be sure to mark OTHER below and feel free to
leave me a comment if you enjoy this sketch!

(I DID create a layout from this sketch and will post it as soon as I photograph it - to see completed layout, click HERE. This is the cutest layout I've ever done!!!)

This is the cutter file I created to go with this sketch. It cuts and assembles so easily even a beginner would love it.



Comments

Lisa said…
Thanks for the wonderful sketch, will be putting this to use very soon!
Anonymous said…
Love the sketch. Will you be posting the original layout with the pics now? :)
Thanks for sharing.
Merry Christmas
Anonymous said…
Thank you for the wonderful sketch! I too, would love to see a layout to go with it!
Karon
cpeep said…
After this one, come try my gingerbread house pop up card. :)

Carol

http://extremecards.blogspot.com/2008/11/gingerbread-house-pop-up-card-tutorial.html

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