See more ideas about christmas gingerbread house christmas gingerbread gingerbread house. She started off using the royal icing then moved to melted sugar just dipping the sides in and gluing the pieces quickly. Jan 30 2019 - Explore Shannon Kellys board graham cracker houses followed by 403 people on Pinterest.
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See more ideas about gingerbread house gingerbread christmas gingerbread house. To make a simple and classic house shape start with 8 Graham crackers. Use a serrated knife to cut the top corners off of two crackers. These will become the sides of the house and will create the angle for the roof.
You will use two solid crackers for the roof one on each side.
To begin cut four graham crackers into Shape A by using a bread knife to remove 14 of the cracker. Save the smaller excess pieces for snacking Ive got a yummy recipe for those below. Cut the corners off of two of the crackers using the center lines as your guides to create Shape B. For each house youll need five full-sized graham crackers.
Cut them according to the image below.
In order for the roof to fit be sure that you trim the side pieces slightly. They must be a little bit shorter than half the cracker. For the front and back panels cut the corners off the short end of 2 graham crackers in a triangle shape to create a peak. For the roof cut 1 graham cracker in half.
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Standing the Gingerbread Houses. To stand the graham cracker gingerbread houses apply a line of icing along the middle of the half graham cracker sheet. Apply a large dot of icing close to that line. Next apply a large dot of icing on the side of the marshmallow where it will touch the gingerbread house.
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When I was a kid I remember making Graham Cracker Gingerbread Houses at a Holiday party. We took half pieces of graham crackers and stuck them to little milk cartons like the ones you get at school with regular frostingI wanted to try to recr. It takes four large graham crackers to make each house. Break two of the large graham crackers in half to make four square pieces.
Next trim the other two large graham crackers like the picture below.
Once the pieces are cut out it is time to make the frosting. You will need five rectangular graham crackers for each house. One rectangle for each of the ends one rectangle cut into two squares for the sides and two rectangles with the about 1 inch cut from the bottoms for the roof. Cutting the graham crackers can be a bit stressful and the break pretty easily.
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See more ideas about gingerbread house graham cracker gingerbread house gingerbread. This colorful ranch house extends Merry Christmas wishes in true Southwest style. Constructed of sweet gingerbread roofed in chewing gum tiles and decked with peppermint stick trims icing and sprinkles this adorable adobe fixer-upper comes with complete easy-to-follow directions. Like all of our no-bake cookie cottages this charming house starts with graham cracker construction.
Use a serrated knife to saw a graham cracker into two squares.
Saw the top corners off of another cracker to create a peaked roof. Then pipe royal icing onto the bottom and straight edges of a peaked piece. Feb 24 2014 - Explore Ro Crows board graham cracker gingerbread house on Pinterest. See more ideas about gingerbread house gingerbread christmas gingerbread house.
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Southern Living House Plans Newsletter Sign Up. Receive home design inspiration building tips and special offers. There are many different creative ways to construct a graham cracker gingerbread house these are our tried and true foolproof plans. 6 full graham crackers are needed for each house Cuts are made using a sawing motion with a sharp serrated steak knife.
This used to be one of my favorite Christmas activities growing up.
My mom was the bomb at decorating her graham cracker houses and it often became quite the competition.