Post # 1
I’ve taken some nice photos of my Epic Gingerbread House! I am by no means a professional photographer, but I used my Nikon D90 and I set up a little set.
The house is made of 100% edible materials.
I made a little hole in the back of the house where I can insert electric tea lights, so that the little candy windows glow.
Post # 3
@DeathByDesign: You are so talented. That is such a gorgeous, quaint little gingerbread house.
Post # 4
That is AMAZING! I love the Chex roof so much!
Post # 5
These are great! You are so talented 🙂
Post # 6
So amazing! I showed your photos to Darling Husband last night and his jaw dropped! He couldn’t believe how totally awesome your gingerbread house is!
Post # 7
- Wedding: August 2013 - An amazing non-profit retreat
whoooooa you raised the bar for gingerbread houses everywhere. LOVE the use of candy rocks. Wow. Good job lady!
Post # 8
I commented on the thread you posed with the entire process, this is awesome!
Post # 11
Oh my gosh! That’s gorgeous! How long did it take you to do?
Post # 13
all you need now are hansel and gretel.
Post # 14
@jo.lee: I worked on it starting on a Saturday and finished on a Wednesday. I think it took 20+ hours total!
Post # 15
@DeathByDesign: I commented once before on your original post, but I’ll comment again. This is gorgeous! You did an amazing job … Thank you again for sharing this with us!
Post # 16
That is truly incredible!