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Easy Gingerbread Houses - Twenty-three No-Bake Gingerbread Houses for All Seasons - cover

Easy Gingerbread Houses - Twenty-three No-Bake Gingerbread Houses for All Seasons

Lisa Anderson

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

Building a fabulous gingerbread house is quick and easy using the patterns found in Easy Gingerbread Houses. The houses in this book are made using graham crackers, cookies, cereal, ice cream cones, frostings, or candy treats. Create a Sweetheart Cottage, Cozy Cabin, Big Red Barn, Blue Dollhouse, Mermaid Palace, Santa’s Castle, or even a Tiki Hut.  

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