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Thursday, December 3, 2009

frosty the snowman...

if you stop by our house today, you'll find us in the kitchen baking making THESE. maybe if i get brave we will attempt a gingerbread house. i haven't made one since i was a kid... any tips or tricks you might be willing to share?


14 comments:

Ann said...

We buy a Wilton house kit every year and then just buy extra frosting and decorations and GO TO TOWN on it - we should be decorating it this weekend so I will post pics - I have an old post with pics from last year in the archives though! ENJOY!

Ann said...

Thos snowmen are adorable!~

Emmy said...

Cute snowmen! I hot glue graham crackers together to make the house. Then make a stiff white frosting to decorate with.

Modern Crush said...

Kelly, these are great! I think I am going to have to try them! I had thought of something like this a few months ago and then forgot - thanks for reminding me! XO!

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Travelin'Oma said...

The only gingerbread houses that worked out for me and my kids weren't gingerbread. They frosted the pint-size milk cartons with canned frosting, and then covered them with little candies. No muss, no fuss, and lots of sticky fingers.

Eli's Lids said...

We do the gingerbread kit from Joann Fabric's every year... I think it's wilton and it's only $9. BUT we have never been able to make the frosting hold the actual house together so we hot glue the pieces. And decorate with the frosting and leftover halloween candy.

Kristen said...

We use the ice cream wafers (really cheap, in vanilla, chocolate, strawberry) and make a train. With an engine and 2-3 cars. Use those great oreos for wheels. The engine is the hardest to build. The cars are just squares and we put it on a tray so we don't have to fill in the bottom. Then you fill the cars with your fav. treats.

Mod Podge Amy said...

These are awesome - I'm starving! :D

Shannon said...

gotta make those! I made your nutter butter ghosts at Halloween... Thanks for all of the fabulous EASY ideas for people like me who really canNOT bake to save their lives. Are there others like me? :)

Mom2fur said...

Those are hilarious! Hmm, even though they are snowmen, I am somehow reminded of Charlie Brown!

christie said...

Kelly-
I am LaRane Kastelar's friend. I have tried to reach you via email, with no response. I am trying to order a stamped necklace for my friend for Christmas. Are you taking a break...LaRane told me you'd just had a baby. Please get back to me either way asap. My email address is natelewis@msn.com
Thanks,
Christie Lewis

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Shell in your Pocket said...

That is just too too cute!
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