Making gingerbread houses- a family tradition

Every year before Christmas, our family makes gingerbread houses together.
Even some of our best friends join in on the fun.

Meet our friends Adrian and Tabitha.
They live in the US but are originally from Romania and we LOVE them.

Sometimes it becomes a competition between the girls and guys.

The guys try really hard to win but Tabitha is an interior designer
and her skills usually beat the competition.

The kids also like to make Christmas trees from ice cream cones covered in icing and then they decorate them with M&Ms.

Our beautiful and edible masterpieces!
We get to eat them on Christmas morning. The kids' favorite part. ☺
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6 comments:

A Teacher's Treasure said...

So much fun! What a great way to bond and build memories!

❤ Mor Zrihen ❤
A Teacher's Treasure

Ms.M said...

They are so cute. Whenever I have made a gingerbread house it looks terrible. LOL

Ms. M
Ms.M's Blog
A Teacher's Plan

Runde's Room said...

So CUTE!!! My girls LOVE making gingerbread houses ... although I think they end up eating more candy than they put on the house. ;)

Jen
Runde's Room

Pam said...

Tamara,
It looks like you guys had so much fun! Thank you for everything you have done and continue to do for me. You always spread the sunshine my way and now I can spread some your way! Please pick up the sunshine award from my blog!
I love ya!
Pam

Dee said...

Hi Tamara!

I'm passing the Sunshine Award to you because I love reading your blog and your super ideas. Thank you!
Dee
First Impressions

B. said...

Wonderfull houses, those two! I love reading your blog! Best wishes, from Romania.