Sunday, December 11, 2011

Gingerbread Houses

Happy Sunday Everyone!

I am just about to leave for church but thought I would quickly share some of the pictures from our annual family Gingerbread House Making night.  Hope you enjoy!  These were fabulous!  My husband and 11 year old daughter went out to get the candy and came back with the store!  LOL!  I made the homemade frosting.  Just a simple buttercream frosting recipe.  Next year I will make it a little thicker.





Hope you all have a FABULOUS day!!  Lots to come this week!!  My Pink Stamper's 12 Days of Christmas starts on Wednesday and I'm thinking of kicking it off with My Pink Stamper LIVE on Tuesday night or Wednesday morning.  I'll let you know tomorrow when I am more in the business mode.  

Hugs,
Robyn

33 comments:

  1. looks like everyone had a super fun time.. I have missed out on everyone's Christmas hops... Hope I can make yours... It's such a busy time of the year...

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  2. Looks like ya'll had so much fun.I love family days.

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  3. SO fun! Love it. I am so super excited for the 12 days of Christmas :)

    Jenny

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  4. good job guys.you have some pretty kids Ms.Robyn
    Merry Christmas to you all

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  5. Wow, looks like lots of fun! Great choices for the candy!

    Leslie

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  6. Look at the creativity in this family. Looks like fun was had by all.

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  7. That looks like a total blast!! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  8. Yummm - Gingerbread houses. Kids did a fabulous job!

    Yay for My Pink Stamper live - sure hope its Tuesday night, cause I have to work during the day :(

    Have a great week Robyn Looking forward to the 12 days of Christmas

    Marilyn C.

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  9. Looks like so much fun. What a great tradition.

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  10. Robyn thanks for sharing your Christmas with us!!

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  11. That looks like so much fun!!!!
    Kim T.

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  12. That's what we did today too! Tons of fun... Your kiddos are georgeous. Merry Christmas to you all.

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  13. You are the coolest Mom. That looks like so much fun Robyn. Me and my Aunts friend enjoy your videos so much. We are both starting to have a nice little collection of Cricuts in our house holds. Warmest Christmas Wishes to you and your family!

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  14. Hey robyn! i know this has nothing to do with the post but i would like to know if you own a silhouette cameo?

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  15. Robyn, you children are beautiful! Thanks for sharing!!!!

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  16. Love it! We did gingerbread house last week...it is so much fun. Did you let the kids eat? They look so cute and proud

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  17. This looks like so much fun. We bought the WIlton one this year...major disaster! We won't be buying it again. LOL. I'm glad yours turned out so great!

    Dorcas
    dtroche@bellsouth.net

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  18. Such a great holiday tradition...

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  19. Thank you! Maryssa and Marysol had soooooooooooooooooooooooo much fun!

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  20. awesome!! I love these pics! we will be doing ours next week! can't wait for your 12 days of Christmas!
    parkernana5@cox.net
    http://mybugandmecreate.blogspot.com

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  21. Great idea! Graham Crackers! Who'd have thunk it! When our newest little one, (Mason, born black friday) gets old enuf, I (gramma) will build these with him! Thanks Robyn. I always learn new stuff from you.
    Christmas Hugs, Jessica

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  22. What an awesome family tradition. Just an fyi, if you use "royal" icing made with either powdered egg white or meringue powder, the icing will get hard like cement, it is great for house construction! I miss those days...

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  23. Wow, these are some cute gingerbread housed. I'm sure it was a lot of family fun. Smooches... Felicia

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  24. Looks like fun! Super cute!!

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  25. So fun and festive. We love to have the kids make graham cracker houses. Our grandsons' look like some you pictured. Glops of frosting and tons of candy! So fun!!

    Merry Christmas

    Linda

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  26. Such a SWEET tradition :)

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  27. That looks like so much fun. will they be on display or have they already been eaten?

    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com/

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  28. (gasp) no Necos? Necos make the best roof tiles. =) Looks like a fun night. =)

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  29. Such a sweet family tradition - What fun!!!

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  30. YUMMY!!! THIS LOOKS LIKE SO MUCH FUN!! I WANT TO DO THIS PROJECT WITH MY GRANDKIDS...THEY WILL JUST LOVE IT!!

    MICKEY

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  31. Hey Robyn. I love the icing and you had PINK! I love PINK! I love all of the ginger bread houses. There very creative.

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