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Mini Gingerbread House How-to

To give an idea of the scale of the mini house - the spaniel is 1/2" tall

Kelli Kirk/Seattle Flour Child

Seattle mom and baker extraordinaire Kelli Kirk, featured in Seattle's Child magazine in December 2014 in Spicing Up the Holidays,  is creating little gingerbread villages - among other cooking delights. If you’ve never dared to make a gingerbread house before, maybe the small scale of these creations and Kelli’s detailed tutorial on her blog Seattle Flour Child will inspire you to find a kid or two and construct a village of sugar plum dreams. 

Go here to get your step-by-step how-to (including where to find miniature gingerbread house cookie cutters online - order soon) 

Miniature Gingerbread House Tutorial 


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