Wordless Wednesday – Gingerbread House, Sort Of

At our house we love to make gingerbread houses. We use gingerbread forms, hardened icing, glue, caulk, and anything else to help it remain standing. But our latest house takes the cake.

At our home school Christmas party they have a gingerbread house building contest and we can only use the supplies provided – graham crackers, cake frosting, an assortment of candies and one plastic knife, to say that it is a challenge is understatement. We had a lot of fun, had something that resembled a gingerbread house and it stayed standing until after the contest. We did not win, though. Some people are magicians with their supplies and can put together amazing architecture with graham crackers and frosting.




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5 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – Gingerbread House, Sort Of

  1. Jerry says:

    You all did a great job!

  2. Thank you! I think everyone had fun.

  3. carol anne says:

    This is great! Ours always falls apart…. Maybe we will try again this year :)

  4. Lesley says:

    We just ate our gingerbread house at a dinner last week when the family were over as we could not wait for Christmas! My daughter made it at school which we thought was a great activity. Thanks for hosting, mine is a picture and a poem for children about leaves – I hope it is okay that it is not wordless but just not many words.

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