8 Gingerbread Houses {to make}

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I got an e-mail from Rachel wanting some inspiration on gingerbread houses. Girl, I hit the mother load! You are not going to believe what I found blog-jogging. Here you go, have fun!

How To Make a Gingerbread House

The Farmer’s Wife has gone above and beyond with several tutorials on how to make an amazing gingerbread house.

1. Find a pattern
2. Mix the dough
3. Working the dough
4. How to make glass windows

Synergy Mom hooked us up with an amazing tutorial complete with candy windows that light up! {{fabulous}}

Here’s Random Ramblings version, I’m loving the light post.

Beyond The Picket Fence made shingles for her roof!

I’m loving Andrea’s trees.

Dianasaur has several different styles to choose from: Christmas Chalet, Country Chapel, and Candy Cottage. Wow!

Tracy’s version is incredible! Are those “Merry Christmas” pretzels!

For those of us who are culinary-challenged {{raising my hand}}, here’s a gingerbread box tutorial you can make out of paper from Paper Crazy.

12 comments

  1. Comment-Anonymous Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor

    These houses are great! My friend built a huge gingerbread house this year and donated it to our kids school. The class with the most nights of reading won it to eat. It was amazing hearing all the ooos and ahhhhs from the kids when they saw the house wheeled into the gym! My friend is very shy but you could see the pride on her face as the kids cheered! I felt very proud for her!

  2. Comment-Anonymous Look Beyond The Picket Fence

    Thanks for visiting my blog. I had a lot of fun making the house with my daughter. We will be doing this again next year. I enjoyed looking at all the other houses.
    denise

  3. Comment-Anonymous Mertgirl

    Thought I would share this with ya for next year…

    http://www.gingerbreadfestival.org/

    (Its in Utah.–I thought I remember reading thats where you are from) My Mom is the executive over it, and all the proceeds go BSA and PTA. Anyhoo.. We have been a few times, and its great.

  4. Comment-Anonymous Cassie

    Those are amazing! How in the world did she keep that first one from toppling over! It’s awesome!

  5. Comment-Anonymous jen

    i love gingerbread house, but can’t for the life of me ever make them turn into something resembling a house. My sister in law and her friends made Cinderella’s Castle this year. Seriously. Take a gander.
    http://scanlonadventures.blogspot.com/2008/11/cinderellas-castle.html

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