Posted on December 11, 2007 by SusieJ Our “it’s not done yet” snow house One box of Domino Sugar Cubes Famous last words: “You’re not supposed to eat it…” Wordless Wednesday Related posts:The Year We Had a Pumpkin Growing In The Tree: Update ...Keeping The Home Fires BurningT...Perpetual Bone Broth For The Winter of Our DiscontentT...Mama is close byT...Summer WreathsW...Lake Effect SnowW... Share on FacebookShare on Twitter clean, holidays, Life, Make Something, wordless wednesday
I love that. I never would have thought of sugar cubes. A church nearby uses everything for its annual gingerbread village, so I thought I had seen it all….Thanks for opening up the possibilities!
I never did that with my kids but it looks like so much fun to build. Blessings…
I am not that crafty, but I certainly wish I was! Looks impressive 🙂
That is one cool snow house! I love the roof!
We used to make these when we were little. I’d always steal a “snow cube” or two in making it!
Thats really neat way to spend time with your boys.. 😉
How fun!! I’ll store that away in the “things to do when the Little Mister gets bigger” file in my brain. 😛
Quite a project, hope we get to see the finished project.
that looks like fun! 🙂
Sugar cubes! That’s so magical!
This is so fun! Thanks for showing me how to make a snow house with sugar cubes. I’m sure my friends and kids would be thrilled!
That is so something that I might actually be able to do. I’ve got the gingerbread house kit, which we do every year. This looks grand, though. Thanks for the idea.
cool! we may do a graham cracker house later this week.
What a great idea. I would never have thought of sugar cubes and crackers! Happy WW
I want to eat that. Yes, I love sugar cubes! I’m like a horse. YUM! That is cool..now I want to make one!
It’s beautiful! Thanks for sharing.
I love how you decorated your blog for the holidays!
That’s very creative. Happy WW
What a fantastic idea! Hope it comes out great!!! 🙂
Hey, just like Lego — only not nearly as painful to swallow! Looks like a great project! I might have to try that with my girls. It might go more smoothly than making Christmas shape cookies…
You should include this in the Bazaar–what a fun idea for winter!
That is awesome. Maybe next year I will try that..We still have to decorate the sugar cookies and that might be my undoing.
Okay, that looks super fun a lot more interesting for little hands to work on than a fragile gingerbread house. Dare me to try it? Gulp.
Well, tell those kids to get busy. It’s almost Christmas. How adorable. Have a great WW. 🙂
Brings back many fond memories. Thanks for sharing. 🙂
I bet they were running around the house like mad after they were done. Sugar-high! They had to have been eating it the whole time! LOL!
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Thats very nice and interesting happy WW.
I love the healthy end to it lol
WOW, THAT is so very cool! So original, I’m bookmarking it.
That is so cool. You must be an awesome mother. Beautiful babies too:) Happy WW.
That is soooo neat! Who in the world figured that out?
Happy WW! 🙂
Yes, what a fantastic idea. Susie your are such a great mom…i admire you.
Wow, that looks like great fun.
What a perfect use for refined sugar!!! That looks like a lot of fun!
What a great idea!
Kind of like sandcastles for the wintertime!
I remember doing these as a kid…thanks for the reminder!
brilliant idea and it looks so much fun.
How adorable! And tasty too 🙂
This is splendid! No one in Tribeca has thought of this. It not only looks fantastic but also teaches some very basic ideas of construction. Nanny Tina and I are going to build one tomorrow — a model of Bergdorf’s.
I agree, I would have never thought of sugar cubes! What a great idea! I LOVE his expression – I would have been popping those things in my mouth when no one was watching, too. lol
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What a great, crafty idea! Looks like it was fun to make.