It won second place in the 2010 Gingerbread City Competition and was donated on behalf of Wicked Goodies to the Epilepsy Foundation of San Diego‘s annual gala auction, which raises money for kids who have epilepsy so that they can attend a special summer camp program called Camp Quest.
Here’s a look at how the gingerbread house paper template led to the final design.
There was a Chocolate Royal Icing Waterfall.
All the gingerbread house doors were patterned with inlay and overlay effects.
There was a bubble gum dispensers and a 3D candy vat full of sour red suckers.
My Gingerbread House Dough Recipe & Baking Instructions
Here’s how I made the royal icing windows
Here’s how I made the bubble machine for the fizzy lifting drinks.
Here’s how I made the 3D candy vats.
Here’s how I made the cookie tunnels.
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Wow! That’s awesome!
Can u buy that and if so where my son wants to make that