|A Tudor style example reminiscent of the art's northern European roots.
(Note: As with many other art forms, gingerbread houses are best photographed outdoors.)
|Christmas in Russia.
|A gingerbread shop in Strasbourg, Austria
|The Medieval baking of gingerbread.
|A full-scale gingerbread house as a Christmas decoration in Stockholm, 2009.
|Gingerbread template example.
|Do try this at home, but first, before
trying to teach someone, do one yourself.
|The Smithsonian Institute rendered in gingerbread. Do people actually eat these things?
|White House made of gingerbread and white Chocolate, the 2013 version.
What it should look like can be seen in the horizontally distorted image below.
|By distorting the width of the first image by 150%, the more accurate model can be seen.
Unfortunately doing so makes the columns appear too wide.
|"There was an old lady who lived in a shoe..." or was it a teapot?
|Another old axiom in art--never be afraid to fail.
(You can always eat your mistakes.)