Friday, December 14, 2012

Fabric Gingerbread houses

Michele and I just finished making these darling little fabric gingerbread houses. This project was so much fun...but it was very difficult finding faux candy and embellishments for some reason....perhaps we hit the stores a little late. Also pictured are two lovely old puzzles we purchased at a fleamarket about two years ago. Don't you just love fleamarkets?



 


11 comments:

Kim K. said...

Absolutely darling! Love them. As you can imagine, I love all little houses. These turned out fabulous.

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

Oh my! They turned out adorable! Great job, girls!

Thinking of you and yours today. ♥

Erica of Golden Egg Vintage said...

Oh my gosh! These are so darn cute! Boy it looks like they were a lot of work.
Great Job! And LOVE those vintage puzzles!
Happy Holidays :)
Erica

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

They are fantastic! Love how you have decorated them.

VintageBettys said...
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Kaylovesvintage said...

they look amazing
and I never seen them before

VintageBettys said...

I commented myself by accident so I had to delete it!!

Live a Life EXTRAordinary said...

Adorable gingerbread houses!
Thank you for stopping by the October Afternoon blog and leaving kind words about my designs. The Santa images I believe you were asking about are from an exclusive stamped set included in the October Afternoon Very Merry December Mini-Book kit.
HTH.

Merry Christmas! :)

Live a Life EXTRAordinary said...

Those gingerbread houses are adorable!

Thanks for stopping by the October Afternoon blog and the lovely words on my designs. The Santa images are from a stamp set included in the October Afternoon Very Merry December Mini-Book kit. HTH.
Merry Christmas! :)

donna said...

Your gingerbread house is absolutely adorable. I am at awww at all the details. Love all the candy and the Santa. Y'all did a awesome job.
Merry Christmas
Hugs
donna

keity said...

Happy to find your blog today!
Your gingerbread houses are gorgeous !!!
And it would be fun to make it with your daughter:)
I want to try it next year!