'Gingle Bells' Gin Christmas Card
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Spread holiday joy and laughter with our playful 'GINgle Bells' Christmas card! This charming card features a pun-tastic illustration inspired by the classic Christmas carol, 'Jingle Bells', showcasing two creatively designed gin bottles as bells, accompanied by the witty phrase, 'GINgle Bells'. The perfect choice for gin enthusiasts and pun lovers alike, this unique card is sure to bring a smile to every recipient's face.
Our 14cm square 'GINgle Bells' Christmas cards are printed on eco-friendly, recycled board, making them a sustainable and responsible way to celebrate the holiday season. The cards are blank inside, allowing you to personalise each one with your own festive message. They are available for purchase singularly or in packs of 6 or 12, and come cello wrapped with a white envelope.
Design © Of Life & Lemons Ltd.
The cards are approx 13.5 x 13.5cm and professionally printed using quality, lightly textured 310gsm acid free board from reycled and well controlled sources.
The cards are blank inside, leaving plenty of room for a message and they come cello wrapped with a white envelope.
Love the design and quality. They arrived quickly too. Very pleased and would recommend.
Great item. Arrived quickly and in lovely packaging.
Great cards, fast dispatch and delivery. Will definitely order again!
Very good service and notified promptly. Needed to send T shirt back due to ordered incorrect size. Very helpful when contacted on what to do when sending back item.
I have brought these as a Christmas gift for a keen gardener and they are absolutely adorable and really nicely presented on the Christmas backing card. Fast delivery and good communication throughout - thank you Of Life and Lemons
An unusual gift for music lovers. A must buy this Christmas.
Love this birthday card, especially since it is “Tanqueray Gin!” My husband will get a big kick out of it on his 77th!
Other half loved this as we met under the clock at Waterloo station