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    Christmas: Gingerbread Houses and No-Bake Cookie Cottages - Martha Stewart

  • Emerson Charley Thomas

    View Marthastewart's Swedish Gingerbread House How-To collection. Also, browse thousands of other holiday clip-art, decorating, crafts, hand-made gifts and project ideas.

  • Erika Johnson

    caramel syrup - gingerbread glue - This syrup recipe is used to make our Swedish Gingerbread House, Gingerbread Facade, and Snow-Swept Gingerbread Cottage.

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    "Sweet details such as piped icicles, boughs of greenery, and a cinnamon-stick woodpile lend realistic charm to our Swedish gingerbread cottage. A light dusting of confectioners' sugar mimics freshly fallen snow. You can also apply the basic methods of this cottage to construct other gingerbread houses, including the Snow-Swept Gingerbread Cottage." by Read more at Building a Gingerbread House: Swedish Gingerbread House - Martha Stewart Crafts

  • Tonya Demars

    Caramel Syrup recipe to "glue" a ginger bread house together

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