11/09/2016

Easy Gingerbread Houses

Traditions Of Christmas

13 comments:

Kimberly Koziol said...

Thank you!

Amy said...

great tips! I've never had success with gingerbread houses, probably because I didn't let icing harden :)

Deborah said...

Our icing could have been a little thicker too!

Michelle said...

So cute! I will definitely keep this in mind for family gatherings. Lots cheaper and faster than those store-bought kits, and I like the free-form idea so that future architects can try their hand at tiny house design. I thought Danica did an awesome job with her tutorial!

Kathi said...

Thank you for all the tips on how to make these. I tried once and they kept falling apart before the icing dried enough to hold them together, so I will try using your tips and give it another try.

I hope Danica will make more videos for you, this was great!

Deborah said...

Thanks Michelle and Kathi, I'm glad you found it helpful!

Linda aka Crafty Gardener said...

Your gingerbread houses turned out lovely Deb. I've made them with graham crackers before. We've built them around the small cartons of milk for support and that worked great. A great Christmas project for the family.

Deborah said...

The milk carton is a good idea, Linda! Maybe we'll try that next time.

Debra Oliver said...

what a fun project for the kiddos, you can see it in their faces! thanks for sharing it with us!

Deborah said...

Thanks for stopping by, Debra, and for holding the Home For Christmas linkup!

Eilis@MyHeartLivesHere said...

Looks like so much fun! I'd love for you to link this up at Monday Social at Myheartliveshere.com.

Deborah said...

Thanks Eilis, I'll check it out.

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