CarolinaPeds Minute: If you’re thinking of building a gingerbread house from a kit, think about buying one that makes several small houses rather than one large one. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
red striped gum to make elegant and festive shingles for the roof and mini marshmallows to make snow drifts around the base of the house. I like the way the designer used a candy cane stuck into a vanilla wafer with a gumdrop on the end to make a streetlamp
Former Grand-Prize Winner for Houses Made from a Kit Sisters Alecia, 14, and Kayla Rumpp, 9, of Grosse Pointe Woods, MI, created this groovy waterfront property with a gelatin sea, brown sugar sand, bay leaf palm trees, and a shoestring-potato thatched roof.