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2010 Gingerbread House Contest Winners

"Completely edible, this stands over three feet tall with candy mosaics and handmade candy fairies. It's made from 11 batches of gingerbread, 20 batches of icing and pounds of candy and cookies."

Guy dorm space...futon under loft. Create a pop of color on the wall behind the futon...with a solid sheet hung from the bed. Use clip on lamps for additional lighting.

2010 Gingerbread House Contest Winners

gingerbread houses | ... : Peace | 2010 Gingerbread House Contest Winners | This Old House

ElasticShelf Made From Bike Tire Tubes Up for Auction on eBay!

Elastic Shelves made from bike tires

Thanksgiving Activities Round-up

Thanksgiving recipes from The Pioneer Woman Cooks | Ree Drummond- I use these almost every year and it's delicious!

Pesto-Quinoa-Spinach Quiche

Agustin Munoz, Category Finalist 2010: Sequence jumping from a cliff to be shown ...

@Patricia Smith Vilanova Harris- The Annual Champagne Chair Contest by Design Within Reach (DWR) always brings out the most creative attempts as to what can do with a cork and a bit of wire. The rules are simple yet strict: Using only the foil, label, cage and cork from not more than two Champagne bottles (sorry!), contestants need to create an original miniature champagne chair.

2010 Gingerbread House Contest Winners

2010 Gingerbread House Contest Winners I decided to make a gingerbread church. It took almost 200 hours to make. It is 100 percent edible except for the lights inside. More than 8 pounds of various candies were used. Candy cane sticks were used in the bell tower to support the tower itself. Thomas W. Intercession City, FL