Since I hade plenty of dingerbread dough left, I decided to build a gingerbread house.
First I had to cut out the different pieces I needed.
Let the pieces cool down.
The smaller pieces got a little burned, but it will have to do anyway.
I think I have all pieces now.
The corners must be separated from the wall.
So, all corners at separated from the walls now.
I melted sugar and used it as glue.
The first 3 sides were easy to put toghether.
It was difficult to add the last side without getting burned on the sugar.
First corner piece in place.
All 4 small corners added without any problems.
All corners walls are added now.
The roof is put in place. The hole is for the antenna.
I had to add reinforcement on the roof for the heavy antenna.
I had problems with the antenna, it almost went throught the roof.
Almost ready now!
Time to decorate
I'm done with the decorations.
Portomaso Business Tower as gingerbread house
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W O W… vilket advancerat pepparkakshus!
What next… Eiffel tower?
Nä, nåt eiffeltorn blir det inte… Tror jag gör ett vanligt pepparkakshus nästa gång!
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