As always, Christmas Eve is made up of me and mine making gingerbread houses. See my previous Christmas posts for recipes (although there are very many fabulous ones online). This year we also made two miniature houses for gifts as well as a gingerbread star tree. I have to say Christmas Eve is truly my favourite day during the festive period. Have a wonderful time, love and sparkles xx
Every year on Christmas Eve ( well every year for about the last decade) we have made a gingerbread house, watched a cheesy xmas movie and eaten yummy treats. This year we want to change it up a little. My son’s girlfriend suggested that we make a TARDIS. “OK”, can do that methinks, it is after all a box and as long as she doesn’t want it bigger on the inside I think we will be fine.
What I would like to do though is something a bit more adventurous in gingerbread architecture. I was thinking that a hobbit type house might be cool or perhaps go for it and maybe do a gingerbread Guggenheim Museum. We could do our house in gingerbread, actually really like that idea. Decisions, decisions. Will add to this post once I have settled on an idea 🙂
Meanwhile, here are the pictures from last years effort 🙂
Have had a truly wonderful Christmas Eve. As always I made a gingerbread house and decorated it with the help of the offspring. This year we had the added help of the firstborn’s girlfriend, Jas Poole. who is an excellent photographer as well as being creative with a jelly tot! (check out her website here http://www.jasminepoole.co.uk/)
I hope you feel inspired to have a go, I really can’t think of a nicer way to spend the day.