WIN A GINGERBREAD HOUSE
Christmas Direct Mail Campaign
This Christmas we sent all of our clients a Gingerbread House Activity in the form of a DL sized Letterbox Campaign.
Every Printcraft client who constructs the Gingerbread House activity and sends a photo to their account manager will receive a single delicious Gingerbread Man and automatically enter the competition to win this amazing Gingerbread House!... just wait until you see what's inside!!!
The most creative Gingerbread House photo wins, so get your creative juices doughing!
Read more about this campaign and see competition entries below...
The inside is amazing!
Check out our clients entries!
The most creative photo wins the Gingerbread House!
Princraft Christmas Direct Mail Campaign
For Easter 2021 we mailed Bunny Box Activities to all of our client's letterboxes. If they constructed the Bunny Box and sent us a photo, we then visited to fill up their boxes with easter eggs! It was such a popular and engaging campaign that we decided to do something similar for Christmas!
The Easter Bunny Campaign was a DL Direct Mail piece, die-cut, perforated, pre-creased, personalised and laminated. For Christmas, we decided to inspire our clients with a creative letterbox activity on a slightly smaller budget. The Gingerbread Campaign is a simple cut and glue activity printed in high-quality, personalised and sent as cost-effective DL size.
Read more about these two campaigns and how you can save time and money to create your own...
This Direct Mail Activity is a cost-effective way to engage your audience with an interactive, personalised, tangible and fun brand experience. Are you a Printcraft client who received one? See below for how to construct your Gingerbread House activity, claim your Gingerbread man and enter to win the big Gingerbread House to share with your team or family!
1. Cut the Gingerbread House out following the black outline. Optionally flip over to colour in your Gingerbread House first.
5. Push the plain brown roof pieces inwards so that the decorated roof pieces meet together, flat. This is why step 2 is important.
2. Pre-crease along all of the dashed purple lines. Particularly the triangle of the plain brown roof panels which will help in step 5.
6. Now its time to glue the tab “Glue B” and delicately slide it into the roof panels.
3. Apply glue to “A” and gate fold the house to stick the walls together. (Don’t Glue “Glue B” yet until step 7).
4. Gently put pressure on the walls to pop out the sides, and fold the tabs of the base in to form the box shape.