During the festive season, nothing can match the childhood joy and fun of building, and also devouring a delicious and fragrant gingerbread house. Kids, especially enjoy decorating the houses with candies, sprinklers, and many more things.
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So if you are looking for some gingerbread house decoration ideas and templates, you have stumbled into the right place. Have a look at our picks below!
This one is the simplest way to decorate the gingerbread house. It is decorated using M&Ms and candies.
Roxana from A Treat’s Affair has proved that making a gingerbread house is not as difficult as it may seem. She has mainly decorated her gingerbread house with peppermint candies.
This dainty Swedish style gingerbread house is so charming that you would want to keep all season long. It has pretty detailing like silver, pearled walls, iced chimney, and meringue roof, which are making it a showstopper. And the surrounding is stunning too!
Here’s a video instruction to help you make the best gingerbread house. The intricate patterns and designs are making it look lifelike.
This white and pink gingerbread house is looking very festive, with snow falling from the roof. Lovely! You can try any color combination you like.
Clearly one of the best in the list. We loved the colorful roof. And did you notice the little wreath hanging from the door? And we loved the use of candy canes too!
Here’s a lovely example of gingerbread house from Cookies Cupcakes and Cardio. She has very nicely, used peppermint for making this gingerbread house.
All the details of this gingerbread house are very cute. Loved the smoke coming from the chimney. And then there are snowmen, and Christmas trees too!
Such fine detailing has been used for this gingerbread house. It’s actually looking like a real log cabin. For a change, this blogger has used caramel instead of royal icing for gluing the pieces together.
Behold chocolate lovers! We’ve finally found the chocolate house for you. It has chocolate fondant roof, chocolate doors and windows, cookie walls and a nonpareil walkway. Could it get any better?
Have you ever come across red and white snowmen? Even we are seeing it for the first time. And it’s easy to recreate too! All you need are red and white gumdrops.
You need royal icing too for making the gingerbread house. In fact, it’s one of the essentials, for gluing the pieces together. So here’s the recipe for the same.
And you need the dough too, the most important of the lot. We loved the colors of these gingerbread houses. Very classy and very unconventional.
You just cannot ignore the needs of your vegan friends, right? This gingerbread house is surprisingly easy to make. Just mix the ingredients and cut it out into your desired shapes and sizes.
If you want an entirely different gingerbread house this Christmas, go for gingerbread tipi. It’s minimal, yet looks great. And honestly speaking, it is easy to build too!
This colonial gingerbread house is lit from within by a string of holiday bulbs like glow like firelight. The evergreen shrub, tiny wreath, and cookie trees complete the scene.
If you are a beginner, you must try making this chocolate gingerbread house. The decoration is relatively easy for a novice. And you are free to add your inputs as well.
Don’t have time to make huge gingerbread houses? No worries, make these tiny cuties! They look so adorable that it would be hard for me to eat.
It seems that this gingerbread house is ripped off a Disney movie. It’s truly magical.
The New York Times has gone a bit ahead by providing the printable template, instructions for assembling along with the recipe.
Here’s another elegant gingerbread house recipe for you. Nothing fancy is used for the decoration of this gingerbread house. Just fine patterns are made using white icing.
This is the most adorable gingerbread house ever. It’s so beautiful, dainty and feminine. Little girls will love the decoration part. Kudos to Anne Reardon.
This gingerbread house has a very rustic appeal to it. The white chocolate roof is looking very appealing. And nice use of gumdrops!
Here’s a gingerbread house decorated entire in the frozen theme. It has used Oreo cookie balls as the fence. And you have Olaf too! The adorable snowman from the film. But where do you get those white and blue candy canes?
This gingerbread house is for all the “Harry Potter” stricken muggles out there. The blogger has done a tremendous job replicating the Hogwarts castle. We loved the usage of ice cream cones as the castle turrets.
Here’s another simple, yet appealing example of a gingerbread house for you. The decoration is simple and straightforward, with just frosting, candy canes, gumdrops and M&Ms being used.
It’s snowing heavily on this gingerbread house. To me, this gingerbread house looks like a mud house decorated simply with frosting. We loved how the blogger has used peppermint candy as the door wreath.
This one’s for your friends suffering from gluten. Looking at it, no one can even guess that it has been made without grains. The decoration is also kept minimal.
Here’s another gorgeous gingerbread recipe for you. Intricate patterns are made on the trees, snowflakes, and house. And the color combination is stunning.
This gingerbread house looks so playful. Did you notice the little gingerbread men dressed in tees and shorts?
These gingerbread houses are really fun to prepare during the holiday season. Which one are you planning to make this Christmas? Tell us by commenting below!