Gingerbread Party Fun

The holiday rush is on!
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But take a little time to enjoy it…many of you decorate gingerbread houses with your family, so today’s post is to inspire new twists on this classic. Why not invite a few friends over and make a gingerbread party of it?

Get the party started with this free invite download from One Charming Party.  Add candy embellishments, and who is gonna say no to your party?

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With everything from banners and placemats to cute milk carton containers and cupcake wrapper and toppers the Gingerbread Cookie Christmas collection from Frog Prince Paperie is guaranteed to take your party decorating stress down to nothing.

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The fabulous TomKat Studio designed a free Gingerbread Party collection for HGTV; check it out for lots of photos and score everything you need from party circles to a pennant banner.

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How adorable is this gingerbread pillow from Paper And Cake? Just simple sewing skills is all you need for this Christmas keepsake.  Make a few for yourself to decorate or send home with guests.

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If you are like me and have zero gingerbread making skills, you can have the same effect and make the magic last a little longer by making wooden gingerbread houses. They can be hung on the tree as ornaments and are perfect for adults and older kids who think they are too cool to decorate real gingerbread.

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If you are like me and have zero gingerbread making skills but still want edible houses, graham cracker squares are perfect, especially if you have a lot of kids to entertain.  Guests can tote their creations home in window gable boxes like we did at our party a few years back.

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Pure inspiration from local cookie extraordinaire Jenny’s Cookies‘ fabulous playdate complete with personalized aprons, easy treats and simple decor…you know you’ve seen those foam snowflakes at Dollar Tree.

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Gingerbread Play-Doh as another party activity or a party favor? Yes please! Check out The Sweet Adventures Of Sugarbelle’s easy-cook recipe.

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Sure, everyone wants to decorate and eat gingerbread men, but how about mixing it up with gingerbread marshmallow men instead? Gingerbread Bagels shows you how.

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