Gingerbread Heaven

Well, guess what this place was up to tonight.

Yep, gingerbread houses, the recent household Christmas Tradition.

Check em all out here. Then go and make your own.

Hillary's was the one that looks like a real house, complete with peanut chimney, flower garden border, and caramel and green marshmallow tree.

Micah's vision was a round igloo like, candy covered dome creation, complete with marshmallow border, melted candy glass windows, and little gingerbread people at the door.

Thomas' idea was a creative one too. His theme was "Trailer Park trash" and came complete with wheels up on blocks, broken candy window, ivy growing up the side, and a lovely matching set of Old Glory's for that God Bless America feel.

A creative bunch, that's for sure.

4 comments:

  1. I love making gingerbread houses. I'm quite proud of the one I made this year. So proud in fact, I thought I'd de-lurk and share it with you.

    http://melissabraun.blogspot.com/2006/12/gingerbread-mania.html

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  2. Oh man, Melissa that house of yours is a thing of beauty. Well done!

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  3. Those are some excellent, creative houses. I think that's on the agenda for us next year after this inspiration! Nothing like Melissa's though. That is amazing!

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  4. When Marc and I were in university, IVCF had a gingerbread making night. I added my own special touch to the yard -- in yellow icing (like yellow snow, of course) I wrote "Santa wuz here" with a few extra drops in front of the gummie Santa.

    I have a picture of that too, but I won't bother posting it. :)

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