- Make one bag of icing per person, it is easier!!
- This is a great project for inviting people over (the frosting and graham crackers are cheap and the candy lasts FOREVER- even making 10, we had tons of leftovers)
- You can dye the frosting red and green (forgot till after I made the houses)
- The houses need to set for an hour before using, but put the rest of the frosting in bags right away so they don't also set
- Waffle Icecream Cones are great Christmas Trees
Cookie cutter houses are so boring!!
Wouldn't you rather live in this neighborhood?
(minus the frosting splattered EVERYWHERE)
You'll have to click to enlarge this collage:
1. Ryan likes to build walls 2. I have my white picket fence
3. Uncle Gordon likes lots of SNOW 4. Matthew enjoyed eating the candy the most
5. Kirsti added presents around her tree 6. Ethan likes the overgrown garden look
7. Elise added a little of Everything 8. Simplicity was the key for Aunt Jessica
9. Joseph takes us inside the mind of a 4 year old 10. Peter likes Candy Pavers, Stones, and Ponds.
Here are pictures of Uncle Gordon setting up the frosting, the mess left over, and what we did instead of cleaning up (which made the frosting set on the table=a lot longer to clean up)