Gingerbread houses have long been a holiday tradition, but much like sandcastles or Lego structures… sometimes the best part isn’t the building… but the delicious delicious destruction.
Even if it stands two feet tall and took you a really long time to create. One Winnipeg family has a unique tradition of building intricate replicas of real buildings out of gingerbread. This year they recreated a piece of Winnipeg history… but just like the real former Winnipeg City Hall, it has to come down sometime. Impressive!
Click here to see more of their handiwork.
— CBC Manitoba (@CBCManitoba) December 31, 2016
Below: A Similar fate befell a Gingerbread House someone brought into work…
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