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This Piece has the story about Mrs Ginger and her family, who live in this Gingerbread House. Mrs Ginger works a full-time job and along with her husband called Spice and raise their 3 young Children. Christmas time for the Ginger Family is the Ginger’ most favourite time of the year! They Love to decorate their house with sweet treats and icing, as its normally a plain looking house, having house decoration competitions with their neighbours the Clauses, make snow angels and throw snowballs with tons of laughter being heard. But what they really love about Christmas is having fun and spending time together as a family. Nothing else matters, not even the Turkey billowing smoke out of the oven, with the Ginger Family rushing to save their beloved house. This is what Christmas is all about, Living in the moment!
Paper Prints are printed and packaged in a home Studio by U.Millie_Art on weekdays. They come in 2 sizes and 2 options of Canon photo paper finishes, Matte (170 g/m2) and for Gloss (300 g/m2). The Matte finish gives the print a soft looking, non-glossy finish, yet maintains the vivid colour and high brightness. The gloss finish is printed on Pro Platinum paper, which gives a ultimate high gloss finish, high brightness and optical density thanks to its 6 layer construction. When creating your order of paper prints, 24 hours will be allowed between printing and packaging, to ensure your print is fully dry. A2 prints are ordered from a third-party company on Stunning 190gsm Satin Paper, made to keep that slight glossy finish yet soft look like a matte print.
Note: Frame not included
Mrs Ginger's Family
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