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RICCILYNN Posts: 2,452
10/19/10 10:53 A

When I was substitute teaching one year we did gingerbread houses with a class full of 1st graders (OMG those teachers were nuts!)... all of the decorating was done with royal icing...

FENICE Posts: 80
10/18/10 4:07 P

What you see in the picture is just green-tinted royal icing piped ontot he gingerbread using a flat tip and a pastry bag. If you want you can be creative and use strips of fruit by the foot, twizzlers or red vines. Good luck.

GAVINSXMOMMY SparkPoints: (5,161)
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10/18/10 3:27 P

i'm planning on making a kind of large gingerbread house from scratch this year (wish me luck, it's my first time trying). i love love love the look of siding on the walls. but i have no clue how to do it...is it just icing piped on or is it fondant or something i'm not even thinking of? here's a link to get an idea of what i'm talking about

http://www.cakecentral.com/modules.php?n
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