Hubby created a template for the house (wrap a moist paper towel around 2 Graham Crackers and put in microwave for 15 secs to make cutting them easier) and then I hot glued them together for added stability. I glued each house to a paper plate.
It’s not a party unless everything looks festive so I made a gingerbread garland, Christmas banners, miniature snowman and used some of the darling party printables from Shindig Parties to decorate.
I placed candy in muffin tins and scattered along the tables for the kids to share and each kid was given a bag of Royal icing.
It was so much fun to watch the kids create their perfect Gingerbread House and enjoy sneaking a few treats! There were so many beautiful creations here are just a few…
We had so much fun and I can’t wait to do this again next year!
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