The parts of a mini-gingerbread house fit neatly into an Altoids Tin —
if you’re a bit creative. I’m not quite sure if the parts and pieces inside are enough to make a house — maybe more like a shack — or maybe even a sidewalk leading to a much bigger Gingerbread house. Who knows that will become of these parts.
He broke apart a single graham cracker, and loaded the inside with candies — as much as the tin would hold.
For the royal icing, we filled a small stamp envelope with powdered sugar (A ziplock baggie was too big) and put it inside the top of the tin.
Here’s the gallery so far:
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