Made in North Yorkshire and available as a kit, apparently. Simple but sweet. This is the basic type I've made before. Using a cookie cutter for the windows always looks nice, but I'm no longer tempted to melt boiled sweets for 'glass' as they slowly stickyfy and melt on display.
Ginger Bread House:This Can Be Done W/Duct Tape Or Riveting Cardboard Boxes (Inside Out )Together & Cut In The Shape Of A House (& Roof).Draw Paint /Designs As Shown In Picture."Candy Cane Corners": Tape Pringles Cans Together & Cover With Red & White Striped Paper. Lollipops: Cut Out A Few Cardboard Circles & Glue One On Top Of The Other, Cover W/Paper & Paint. Same With Other Items Like Door, Mail Box, Etc.NOTE: Link Doesnt Belong To Picture, But Gives You An Idea On How To Make This.
Former Grand-Prize Winner for Houses Made from a Kit Sisters Alecia, 14, and Kayla Rumpp, 9, of Grosse Pointe Woods, MI, created this groovy waterfront property with a gelatin sea, brown sugar sand, bay leaf palm trees, and a shoestring-potato thatched roof.