Monday, August 8, 2011

The Custom Gingerbread Christmas Dollhouse

Making a gingerbread dollhouse turned out to be lots of fun. And I think the icing(spackle) is holding up just fine! It sure isn't cracking and it seems to be very tough.

I made two wreaths. One is on the front door.
It has red ribbon, a gingerbread man and cookie cutters.





Those are velvet curtains. Made from Santa suit material! LOL!





Merry Christmas! LOL!

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21 comments:

  1. It's so sweet Caroline! Now, when you make the cinderela's place?!
    Kisses
    Inês

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  2. Totally wonderful and fanciful! Who ever receives it is going to be so happy with it! The wreaths are fab and the tree too!
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  3. It's spectacular, Caroline. Congrats on a job well done!
    Jennifer

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  4. Me encanta! me la comería. Meery Christmas to yuo too!
    Un abrazo

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  5. Soooo cute! <3 Now I want to be in Chrismas season! haha.
    It's awesome, like all of your houses =) and is really really original.
    Love!
    Belen

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  6. Es una casita muy dulce, has tenido una gran idea, te ha quedado preciosa. Saludos, Núria

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  7. How sweet dollhouse!!! Fantastic idea. I love its.
    Sweet hugs Kati

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  8. Oh Caroline, the house is adorable. I love all the tiny details that you put in your house. I like the icing details. It is amazing to watch your houses come alive. Have a great day and thanks for stopping by. If you haven't, join my giveaway. Take care Your Missouri Friend.

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  9. That is so freaking cute! I Love it!

    Hugs
    Marisa :)

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  10. Oh that is so cuuuute!!! I just love it and the little tree is adorable!

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  11. Caroline, your little houses are what dreams are made of! You have another winner in this scrumptious looking new creation. I love all the little details you insert here and there that are the life of fantasies. Dancing lollipops, colourful candies, happy looking gingerbread men, chubby snowman, gooey icing!

    I love how you did the windows. The fireplace is outstanding. I love the "sweet" words at the top. I find they contribute a large impact to the overall look of the house! The jelly bean strings add that special "something". Last but not least, I love the red velvet curtains. They are gorgeous and in keeping with the seasonal mood you have created!

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  12. Lucille- I love the review!! You are so kind! I'm so happy you like it and I always love reading your comments. Thank you so much for always taking the time to write me a note.
    big hugs,
    Caroline

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  13. And a Merry Christmas to you! lol

    I am so glad the icing held up- woulda been a shame if it didn't!!
    Love how you used the cookie cutters on the wreath!! How smart! And a Santa suit for curtains! I think my favorite thing though is the lifesavers on the sides:) Just makes ya happy, ya know:)

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  14. Obrigado pela visita em meu blog.
    Sua casinha de doces esta maravilhosa, parece até a casa da historia de João e Maria.

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  15. Morning Caroline,
    Just when I think they can't get any
    better they do...........what a darling lil house, just love it, have
    always love gingerbread houses, in fact, I have made a few myself, the edible kind, of course. Certainly not as detailed as this one. Loved the tiny lil wreath with the gingerbread men on it, so adorable.
    I have a very funny story that happened to me once concerning gingerbread men........maybe as we
    get closer to Christmas I should share it as a blog post.

    A superb job as always dear,
    and thanks for coming by and leaving your sweet comments as always. Would love to paint the fireplace but just not sure how it would look with all the other dark wood..........and really not game to paint all of that, way too much stuff to paint. Wish I had that lil computer program Nate has where they clear eveything out of the room and put it where they want and in the colors they want to get an
    idea how it will look.......that would be very helpful. lol

    You have a good rest of the week hon,
    Blessings, Nellie

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  16. Thanks, Caroline. It's always a pleasure and a treat to visit your blog!

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  17. Yum! I guess you can't pick the candy off and eat it like you can on a real gingerbread house?! That is probably a good thing. Last year our cat ate off the frosting!

    Once again, lovely, lovely!

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  18. An August gingerbread house? :D So sweeet!

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  19. OMG! I've been stuck in Blogland at my new blog and website..I come by and look what you've been up too! Yummy..simpy yummy.
    Oh my new e-mail is brownginghamcreations@fuse.net and hopefully soon I have some things to e-mail ya for papers to use for wallpaper..I hope. At least i thought of you when I saw them.

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  20. Darling...just darling.

    xo Rella

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  21. Plas,plas,plas,plas......(son aplausos para ti y tu trabajo)
    Has hecho un fantastico trabajo, me encanta el interior con esa magnifica decoracion y el exterior es una autentica "pasada", no le falta ni un detalle, GENIAL!!!!!
    besitos ascension

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