Sunday, December 19, 2010

Gingerbread House


Here's the little gingerbread house that I baked and decorated the other day.


This year I went with a simple red and white design. I must say I'm rather pleased with the results :)


Boy, did it make the house smell nice while it was cooking.
xx

18 comments:

  1. Mmmm...Sarah, I can smell the gingerbread cooking from here! What a lovely job you have done. Congratulations it is gorgeous.
    Pam x

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  2. Um, adorable!! Hey, we met a new little puppy today, called Molly!! Totally cute. Also a lesson in "i will talk to anyone with a dog" which my children need to learn is not always OK!! Love Posie

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  3. That looks fabulous! I've never been game to try making one so I absolutely take my hat off to you :)

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  4. Wow and YUM, well done. Such a clever lady xx

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  5. Oh wow, that would look perfect here - I'm going with a red and white theme for our prezzies. I love the way you've decorated it - must make one myself next year, Grace will have fun helping decorate it. Do you have special templates/moulds or something to make the walls/roof etc?

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  6. That's so cute Sarah. I love the way that the door is ajar. x

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  7. It's so cute! Looks so nice :)

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  8. Just fab, Sarah. We're making ours tomorrow - I hope it looks half as good! J x

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  9. Wow Sarah, that is sooooo pretty! I bet you wont want to eat it, it looks too perfect. Yum Yum though! Jxx

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  10. That's so cute !!!! Sarah !! love it......happy sunday.....love Ria....

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  11. OMG! You made that. It's gorgeous!! xx

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  12. what a sweet blog, and that gingerbread house is gorgeous... Im desperate to have a go too, but Im running out of time as usual!! why does december feel about 2 days long as opposed to say June or July which seem to last months and months?!

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  13. That looks amazing Sarah, i can only imagine the smell it must have been so wonderful! I wish I could make one of these, no one in my family eats gingerbread though and it would be such a waste. I'd love to do the construction and decoration!

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  14. Wow Sarah, that is amazing! I havent ever attempted one of those and even if I did, it would never look like that. Have a wonderful Christmas. Love Emma. xx

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  15. Love it!!
    I always wanted to make one of these.
    Unfortunately, they never ever turned out. :0(

    I could eat yours though. :0)

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  16. oh i love it.....first time i've even logged onto blogland..........i love that you baked it all yourself too...and the simplicity big smooch and have a wonderful christmas day EATING it hehehehe xx

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