Friday, December 17, 2010

A New England Gingerbread House

A gingerbread lighthouse came in the mail!



Aunt Sharyn, who lives in New England, sent us a kit.
I believe it came from L. L. Bean. Cute!



The children decorated it by themselves.
Can't have a lighthouse without a light on top!




Last year we made just regular ole' gingerbread houses, but this is a first. Maybe we'll wait to eat it. Look at it a few days and think of Aunt Sharyn, Uncle Steve and their family -- up there being cold in New England.





Get your holiday fix here, at Brenda's place.

5 comments:

Drew said...

Thanks Aunt Sharyn and family for the great gingerbread lighthouse. It will be my pleasure eating it...if there is any left when I get home!

Heidi... said...

What a great aunt and uncle! That looks good enough to eat! ; )

Our Village is a Little Different said...

Very cute! It looks like it was a great day for gingerbread!

Guiding Light said...

Neat, neat, neat!!

A Homemaker's Heart said...

Very unique gingerbread house! I've never seen one like that before. Very cute and love the decorations your family added.

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