Image sourced from : Babble
I know that my posts have been rather food related recently, but I can at least excuse this one because there's a bit of architecture and design involved here! Before Christmas I was dead set on making a gingerbread house, unfortunately those plans did not come to fruition quite as I had hoped having forgotten to buy the required cutters and any of the ingredients for icing. I always see gingerbread houses as a very seasonal thing and wouldn't ordinarily think of making one any other time of the year.
However, earlier on today I came across some rather special gingerbread houses indeed. My favourite is the one above, which I came across on a Babble article written by Liz Stanley of Say Yes To Hoboken. I think I'm going to have to put this on my list of things to do this year, I'll have to restrain myself to hold off for a few months at least otherwise I'll be on gingerbread overload, but it must be done at some point.
Images sourced from : Babble (L + TR) & The Little House In The City (BR)
The next few definitely look a bit trickier to do, complete with full furniture and wind turbines, but my favourite detail of all has got to be those spun sugar trees!