Haniela's: ~Christmas Gingerbread Centerpieces~

Friday, November 19, 2010

~Christmas Gingerbread Centerpieces~

(My  Gingerbread Centerpiece is also published in the new book 1,000 Ideas for Decorating Cupcakes, Cookies & Cakes (1000 Series)



It's been  a long 4 days without a post, so today I have a little treat for you. I'm getting ahead of myself, but Christmas will be here before we know it. 
I hope to start my Apple a Day Project next Monday. I'm still trying to rest as much as possible after my silly injury earlier this week, but don't worry I have some yummy apple desserts that I wanted to share with you.



I started making Gingerbread Centerpieces 2 years ago as gifts for our friends, they are so rewarding, though I wouldn't recommend eating one as they are pretty much hard as a rock, they make for a beautiful decoration during the holidays and they offer the smell bonus as they smell divine.
Excuse the photo quality as these were taken before I fell in love with food photography. 




 I hope this gallery gave you an idea for your Holiday Decor, it is a fun project for the kids as well as the whole family. Stay tuned as next week I will  show you how you can make a beautiful gingerbread centerpiece.
Have a Great Weekend.





5 comments:

  1. you gingerbread centerpieces look wonderful.I hope you could add this Gingerbread widget at the end of this post so we could add you in our list of food bloggers who blogged about gingerbread, Thanks!

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  2. I missed you!!! Good idea! I might need some soon...Ihit a dry spell!!!

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  3. these are so wonderful and so creative! You totally rock! i wish i can make gingerbread houses and display like that. You know over here, it's impossible because anything sweet, will attract ants, and lizards and cockroaches...

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  4. I love these, I've never seen the "candle" pieces... very pretty :) I'm with Faithy, with the hot Christmas weather it's hard to have sweet food on display... warring with ants at the moment! I'll have to do a "Christmas in July" next year so I can make gingerbread centrepieces!

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