Just when you thought Christmas was over…

This was spotted over on Boing Boing, but I love this idea of
custom gingerbread house to look like your home! And it’s midcentury (whoopee!)
Another Mid Century Gingerbread

I think I like this one even better than the modern one I posted before! 🙂 There’s more to the kitchen sink saga but I’ll post it later today. Sigh, the joys of home ownership.

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