Turn this season's gingerbread masterpiece into a chic centerpiece for your holiday table. Let the kids help decorate it with candies and printable party circles, then set it in coconut "snow" atop a cake stand.
The best way to display your adorable gingerbread house pops? Fill a colorful pot or bucket with gumballs, then stand each pop inside. To continue the gingerbread theme, decorate candy and dessert containers with pretty ribbons embellished with your favorite printable party circle.
Give each guest a pastry bag filled with icing to use as mortar for their holiday home. Or, simply put out a few bowls filled with frosting so that the guests can spread it on with a knife. Kids may need a little help with this part; parents can frost while kids attach the candy.
When designing this guest home, the owner's hoped to complement the main beach house while still maintaining a sense of privacy for both homes. This beautiful guest home shares an intimate walkway and garden with the main house but has it's own outdoor patio and lush green lawn.
Skylights in the grass let light reach the garage beneath the house. Sleek architecture, with no ornamentation, gives the house a clean, modern look. Panes of glass surrounding the door make for an inviting entry.