Introduction: Warm by the Fire

Here is my gingerbread house. First one I've made since I was a child. Building this brought back memories especially eating more of the 'decorations' than was necessary. Tried some new techniques on this one like stainglass windows and flickering lights. I hope you enjoy! If you like it, please rate it and vote for it. Happy Holidays to everyone.  

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willilai (author)2010-02-18

If I made that it would take me a minute to eat that by my self!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!

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willilai (author)2010-02-18

A TASTY TREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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beetleman (author)2009-12-22

Nice,  did you make the Santa, or buy it?

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scooter76 (author)beetleman2009-12-23

Bought them, but add some of my own touches. Cheers

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nm332 (author)2009-12-21

I really like the windows, nice touch!

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scooter76 (author)nm3322009-12-23

Thanks, I made them using crushed candy and melting them in the ovem. Will post an instructable on the build in a couple days.

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Kathleenmurry (author)2009-12-22

The stained glass windows are a creative touch. Can you bring it to Canada for me to eat?

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larameischke (author)2009-12-22

This is just too cute.

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mrs.mcleod (author)2009-12-21

Great job! I especially like santa with his presents.

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St Andy (author)2009-12-21

Looks good Malcolm. Looks to nice to eat. Good luck

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