If you really just want the basics, this kit comes with everything you need to build and decorate your mini holiday home — pre-baked cookies, icing, and lots of sweets.
We bet this pretty and pink house would get Elle Woods' stamp of approval.
If you're already dreading the post-creation sugar high, then use an assortment of nuts and salty snacks in place of candy.
This sugar cookie house is the product of "all things merry and bright."
The smaller the house, the bigger the decoration.
THIS. IS. NOT. A. DREAM.
This Victorian-style toyshop is so life-like that there are even fondant toys tucked away inside.
With this tutorial, you can turn an afternoon craft into a teachable moment about the true meaning of Christmas.
Where do ice cream trucks go in the winter? On your dessert table!
Remember Lincoln Logs? Meet their edible counterpart: pretzels.
are recommended — but not required — for the assembly of this edible and enchanting castle.
Is there anything more magical than a roof thatched with Frosted Mini Wheats? Nope.
It's not always the house itself that makes a statement — sometimes it's the houses's curb appeal.
There's one rule with these personalized place cards: No reindeers on these rooftops.
Take a note from this German tradition to give your gingerbread village major winter wonderland vibes.
Remember to tell your kids that these presents are strictly for decoration ... until you give the go-ahead to eat them, of course.
Can't choose one type of colored candy? Use 'em all!
If you haven't made your way to Valentine, Texas to see the real thing, then make a replica and pretend you're there.
The magic of the Eiffel Tower during the holidays is unmatched — until you bring the magic to your dining room in cookie form.
To grandmother's house we go!
Canine lovers, rejoice! This is a fun and furry twist on a holiday favorite.
This icing-illustrated cabin might be simple, but it's as whimsical as it is true to the holiday spirit.
Believe it or not, these stone-like details aren't too hard to replicate — and they'll set your gingerbread house apart from all the rest this year.
Don't let your winter blues get you down. This bright, California-inspired gingerbread house will help you channel warm and sunny vibes.
If your frosting skills are sub-par at best , throw on colorful sprinkles to dress up this classic house. Don't worry, your frosting skills can be our little secret.
The littlest of festive abodes we ever did see is one we actually wouldn't mind living in. Just look at it...
Assembling this blast-from-the-past creation is a fun way to change up the ordinary this holiday season.
Want a more basic version, with all the supplies in one place? This ensemble includes sugar and spice (and everything nice!).
Satisfy your cowgirl fantasies with this gingerbread farm, complete with peppermint chimneys and edible ponies.
No keys needed here — just a bounty of icing and decorations.