257. Treasured

Family and home are treasured during the holidays and all year round…


~ by Tammy on December 17, 2010.

15 Responses to “257. Treasured”

  1. I love these ginger bread houses/scenes! Are you creating all of these yummies?

  2. Come in little Boy and Girl, the oven is almost at peak heat, and the dark forrest is so cold. Cackle Cackle. WoW

  3. What a great Gingerbread house! What a wonderful tradition.

  4. I’m loving these gingerbread structures. Nice that some people have so much energy and time to make them.

  5. Too fun and pretty to eat. ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Awwww! Now you just need a little gingerbread “For Sale” sign on the front yard! ๐Ÿ˜€

  7. That is really COOL, never seen anything like it before.

  8. Love the work you did on this. So nicely done!

  9. This one turned out well. The last one that our family kids made kept falling in on itself because patience wasn’t in good supply~

  10. I love the smell of gingerbread. I actually have never made a house of it…better in the tummy…..and I don’t have the patience. But I love yours!

  11. A gingerbread McMansion! Sweet!

  12. Have you made this? Iยดm impressed! I think it is difficult to make the different parts fit.

  13. What a wonderful gingerbread house! I wish I could make one like that! Awesome piece to celebrate home and hearth. Merry Christmas!

  14. We have often gone to see a display of gingerbread houses that are auctioned for charity. Some businesses actually hire chefs to design and build theirs for them. One of the best is always the local high end residential realtor, as it happens. This is a lovely one!

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