OMG! I have to make one of these!

Isn’t this totally adorable? Wow! if I hadn’t vowed to give up my gingerbread house addiction, I’d make this one this year! 🙂

And if you haven’t noticed, we’re completely broke! Not without MANY MANY projects to do around the house, but without the money to complete them. I was thinking about getting an interior design program and maybe sketching out solutions tho…that way when we have money we know where to spend it! 🙂

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