This year, we decided to throw a gingerbread house party. Since we were going up/down (I can never remember which) to visit my sister and brother-in-law’s home in Clinton, SC to see their holiday decor, we thought why not make it into a Gingerbread House Party for the four of us.
Before we got started on our houses… we took a tour around the house, to snap a few pictures of their holiday decor.
My brother-in-law made us some of his ‘famous’ pizzas.
Gingerbread House Kits (I purchased the kits from Harris Teeter but they’re also available at Target etc.)
Candy (although candy is provided in most kits, it might not go with the color scheme you’re after. So it’s always a good idea to do a bit of candy shopping before.
Extra bags and colored icing. (If you’re planning to stray from the standard white icing that’s included in most kits.)
Christmas music or movies to listen to while you work.