Cozy Gingerbread Cottage
This little cottage, which could be in any United States town, is the perfect rendition of the suburban dream. A gravel driveway leads to a candy coated attached garage. Icing bushes line the pathway to the white picket fence, lined porch. A candy wreath sits atop the front door of this delightful blue cottage. The Nilla wafer roof rounds out this all-American candy cottage.
Russian Inspired Gingerbread Confection
This Canadian confection is the epitome of the holiday season, with a touch of Russian inspirations. With roof lines and towers that would be perfectly at home in Moscow, you almost expect Santa to step foot out the perfectly manicured doors. Delicate icing work gives the windows a bit of pizzazz, and the expertly crafty candy trees just scream "winter."
This candy village, housed in a casino, will make everyone fall in love with the idea of Christmas. The proof is in the details here. Inside the bake shop's etched windows you can see tiny confections being cooked up. Slightly down the road, you can almost feel the church performing Christmas ever services. The mosaic details on the church evoke the feeling of Christmas.
Complete with a silo, this gingerbread farmhouse spares no expense. White royal icing creates a beautiful brick foundation for both the house and the silo. A small pen for farm animals sits at the front of the display, and the delicate shingles are covered with a perfect sprinkling of powdered sugar snow.
Located in San Francisco, this towering castle surely houses a princess or two. With several guard towers dotting the perimeter of this gingerbread fortress, all inside are safe. Outside snow covered trees give off the holiday feel we all need and expect in a gingerbread house.
This cathedral inspired gingerbread house, pulls in all of the colors of a white Christmas. Located in Russia, this house has been styled to include multiple tours, and a grand entrance. It is all seated atop a frozen wonderland complete with every Christmas decoration you could possibly dream of.
Larger than life, this gingerbread hotel housed at the Grand Floridian can make even Florida feel like a winter wonderland. With perfectly etched shingles, and Santa perched on a second story porch, this is a gingerbread house that will fill even the Grinch with a sense of Christmas spirit.
If the president wanted to live in a gingerbread house, this is the one he'd want to call home. Decorated in the royal colors of crimson and gold, this holiday scene is what you would expect from an elite holiday movie. A lower level, complete with a gingerbread rotunda is slightly out done by the palatial spread sitting high atop a snowy mountain. Candy trees line the entire scene, making it the perfect, candy Christmas palace.
What's better than a gingerbread house? Well, a gingerbread town, of course. This village exudes a quaint vibe that will make you want to drive up on the roads nestled against freshly fallen icing snow. Stop by the candy covered town hall, or simply drive through the icing mountains for a perfect Christmas experience.
Delicate lattice work, and a log porch, complete with tiny candy rocks, makes this the perfect gingerbread house to snuggle up next to. You can almost feel the candy fire blazing. With a roof made entirely of candied peanuts, you can't possible go wrong with this detail oriented villa.
Not all Christmas holidays have to be traditional, so make your holiday exactly what you want with a tropical cruise ship gingerbread concoction. This ship as three decks to view the Caribbean blue sea of icing. For safety reasons, peppermint candy life preservers dot the bottom of the boat, and candy cane masts keep this ship on its course.
Gingerbread House with Stained Glass Details
A stately estate, complete with candy stained glass windows, sets this cookie home apart from the crowd. It feels like Christmas just looking at it, complete with candy ivy crawling up the delicate gingerbread bricks.
Pulled straight from a fairy tale, this gingerbread metropolis is complete with a perfect sledding hill for the youngsters. The closely knitted buildings are expertly adorned with candy finishes to set them apart from the crowd. Whether you fancy pretzel windows, or sour strip shingles, there is something for everyone in this bustling city of gingerbread.
Gingerbread Sailing Vessel
This sea-worthy vessel will rival your favorite Lego pirate ships, but it's even better because it is entirely edible. The ship is decorated with sugar sales, held up with candy masts. Delicate portholes are expertly placed for the perfect view of a royal blue icing sea.
When Santa isn't stuffed with Christmas cookies from all the homes he visits, he needs to get his sweets somewhere on the off season. It would stand to reason that Santa's famous bakeshop would be constructed completely of gingerbread. With tiny candy wreath adorning the door to this taste shop, the entire face of the shop is covered in gorgeous royal icing icicles and dotted with colorful sprinkles.
Carl's House From Up
Who wouldn't want to float away in this beautiful recreation of the famous floating house of Disney's "Up"?
This cute little house can fit on your finger! If only they made bags of them so we could build a little village out of them ourselves (and snack on a few).
A Perfect Replica
This guy has it made...that is, his house. From the roof, to addition, to paint colors, this edible house may as well be the reason why this boy will become a great architect.