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Let It Snow Christmas Pudding Greeting Card

from 3.50
Christmas Pudding Card
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Let It Snow Christmas Pudding Greeting Card

from 3.50

Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but the fire is so delightful, and since we've no place to go, let it snow, let it snow ... ☃️

Inspired by the lyrics of the Christmas song "Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow". This glitter foil scratch card reveals a snow man on top of a Christmas pudding, bringing snow everywhere! Yay, let it snow! ⛄️❄️

The cards are also available in a card set by clicking here. The card is part of the "Don't be Blue, Scratch and Smile" series of cards. 

  • Happily Made In: Northumberland, UK

  • Size: A6

  • Paper: 350gsm FSC accredited paper

  • Card: Scratch and Smile, Blank Card Inside

  • Envelope: White

  • Designer's Random Fact: Christmas pudding is one of the items that are definitely on our Christmas food list every year. We love the theatrics when the pudding is lit up on Christmas day before serving, and shared amongst family and friends.

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Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but the fire is so delightful, and since we've no place to go, let it snow, let it snow ... ☃️

Inspired by the lyrics of the Christmas song "Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow". This glitter foil scratch card reveals a snow man on top of a Christmas pudding, bringing snow everywhere! Yay, let it snow! ⛄️❄️

The cards are also available in a card set by clicking here. The card is part of the "Don't be Blue, Scratch and Smile" series of cards. 

  • Happily Made In: Northumberland, UK

  • Size: A6

  • Paper: 350gsm FSC accredited paper

  • Card: Scratch and Smile, Blank Card Inside

  • Envelope: White

  • Designer's Random Fact: Christmas pudding is one of the items that are definitely on our Christmas food list every year. We love the theatrics when the pudding is lit up on Christmas day before serving, and shared amongst family and friends.