And there’s no easier way to add a little festive cheer to your presents than with...
If you're looking for a fun Christmas Eve day activity the whole family can enjoy, look no further. Make these 3D gingerbread trees today and have fun decorating them all weekend!
We've shared quite a few architectural gingerbread houses over the years (including a couple modernist ones and even a book titled "The Gingerbread Architect"), so it was only a matter of time before someone pulled out a Buckminster Fuller reference and made a geodesic gingerbread dome!
These gingerbread houses, which are a collaboration of the Stockholm City Welfare Mission and the Swedish Museum of Architecture, break my heart. The organizations' campaign is an effort to 'explore what it means to be at home' and to prompt those of us lucky enough to have homes
Looking to mix things up in the gingerbread house department? You're in luck! The fine folks at Hometta are offering up free downloadable plans to create a gingerbread version of their dramatic Wedge House.
This year, take your gingerbread construction to a new level with The Gingerbread Architect. Choose from 12 classic American home designs, including a Cape, brownstone and even a southwest style*.
Co-written by an architect who loves to bake and a 'house-obsessed pastry chef', the book includes detailed instructions that will take us from blue prints, to manufacture (baking), to construction ('gluing' it together), to exterior detailing...
Houston, Texas - based architecture firm Hometta are getting into the spirit of giving this year.
The plans are based on a readymade gingerbread house kit from Whole Foods, so it'll be easy to grab all the goodies you'll need, without having to buy...
Move over graham cracker cottages; there’s a new architect on the block and she’s a mid-century modern fan. From Red Envelope, this unique twist to that old favorite features a garage and a rock garden. The 18" x 13" x 5 ½" high structure can be personalized and is 100% edible–within 30 days of unwrapping, that is. Comes fully assembled for $78 - $88, or just use the pics as inspiration to build your own. Via The Green Head.
Check out these cookie cutters from Perpetual Kid. Note the appropriately ‘sad’ faces. Too funny!! Made of cast aluminum, a set of three will cost you a reasonable $11.99.
POST UPDATE: Forget Perpetual Kid; go to Wee Can Shop where they're only $7.99. They also qualify for free shipping if you spend over a hundred bucks.