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Mini gingerbread house how-to

A tiny gingerbread house is a project well-suited to little hands.

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 sugarplum dreams.

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

Miniature Gingerbread House Tutorial 

This story was first published on December 14, 2015.

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