The Candy Cottage is a ready-to-decorate, no bake, reusable Gingerbread House. It’s perfect for the upcoming holidays, special occasions or just any day fun! We spent the weekend with The Candy Cottage Party Pack and it was incredible fun!
My kiddos love decorating gingerbread anything. To make it from scratch is time consuming. We have bought the precut kits to have Mom have to repair the house before assembly, and then no one eats anything but the candy. The Candy Cottage offers ease, simplicity and no one complains about the wasted gingerbread.
The Party Pack comes with four Gingerbread houses that simply snap together.
Putting them together was truly simple. The kiddos each did their own. It was just a matter of folding on the scored edges and pressing the tabs into the slots.
With the Gingerbread Houses built we moved on to the more important stuff…decorating!
We used canned icing and I was in charge of smearing it on all sides and the roof.
The kiddos elected to make the first one a combined effort. They chose a log cabin theme using Pepperidge Farm Piroutte Wafers, pretzels and candy corns.
The finished house was enough to really give all of the children the “fever” to decorate their own gingerbread house.
This is absolutely genius! The plastic reusable Gingerbread house frame let us get right to the nitty gritty fun without the hassle. The kiddos had a blast creating Halloween Themed houses.
Check out the kiddos’ creations:
And just to be sure you didn’t miss a glimpse of any side, there they all are from every side:
We absolutely love this product and are already thinking about the candies we need to gather for Thanksgiving and Christmas. I really appreciate the simplicity of this product and that my children can just get to decorating. There is no holding your breath when you pull out the pieces, they are sturdy and won’t have the chance of being broken.
Rinse the piece off when the candy grabbers have devoured and you’re ready to begin again!
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