Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Now THAT'S a Gingerbread house!

When my sister-in-law (many of you know Dawn) told me she was entering the Gingerbread Festival at Thanksgiving Point this year, my first thought was, "Oh how fun! I should do that one of these years." I didn't realize just how hysterical that thought was until I saw what she created. I really had no idea just how amazing (and BIG) it would turn out. The store windows really light up and even the little cakes stands are edible! Doesn't it make you happy?

12 comments:

Julie Knowlton said...

Oh. My. Gosh.

I want to live there.

Henich Family said...

HOLY COW that is amazing! You have to tell us how she did!

Susan said...

The winner of the festival was a beautiful replica of the Salt Lake Temple. It was amazing, BUT SERIOUSLY PEOPLE, where would Hansel and Gretel stop if they were hungry??!!!!

I protest.

Katie said...

With all due respect to the Temple replica, I am with Susan.

The windows in this thing actually LIT UP. With REAL LIGHTS. Which was nice, because then you could better see details like the HAND CRAFTED EDIBLE MINIATURE CAKE STAND.

Rudy Rukus said...

She is seriously amazing!! Oh my goodness.

Kami said...

OMG-oodness!! That is amazing! I would love to see it in person, and live there. :)

Kristi said...

wow! That is amazing!

Joni said...

WOW! She is very creative. I have a hard time with the little gingerbread houses that come in the box that you just have to ice together.

Lorie said...

That is amazing! And next year I am totally copying her roof!!!

Dan and Melissa said...

Jane tell Dawn from me that she is an AMAZING cake (Gingerbread house) creator. I really think she should open a business. Sharon's having a birthday in February I will hire her to do the cake;)

Marci Coombs said...

That Dawn....she's AMAZING!!!

Andrea said...

Oh my hell, I didn't know anyone could make that nice and cutesy a gingerbread house. I make those cheap kits from the grocery store with my kids, and they turn out hideous! White goop everywhere, sides caving in, kids eating the candy off the roof because they won't stick on... When does she find time for gingerbread houses?

You are fabulous, and look fabulous, by the way! Merry Christmas!

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