Easy Gingerbread Houses

Traditions Of Christmas

13 comments:

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

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  2. Our icing could have been a little thicker too!

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  3. 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!

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  4. 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!

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

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  6. 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.

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

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

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

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  10. Eilis@MyHeartLivesHere15 December 2016 at 08:03

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

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  11. Thanks Eilis, I'll check it out.

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