Gingerbread House Party

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This year, throw a gingerbread house party for family and friends—it’s the perfect holiday activity! Below are a few tips and tricks for making your party a success. Have fun with it!

Tip 1: Lay butcher paper down on your table, that way it’s easy to clean up all the drips and drizzles of icing, not to mention the sprinkles!

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Tip 2: Buy a gingerbread house kit! These kits are adorable and make setting up your party a breeze. And any good hostess knows that you can’t do it all and this is a shortcut for success!

Tip 3: If you are hosting a party for the young ones, assemble the houses beforehand so that they can get busy decorating from the start.

 

Tip 4: Set your table with festive decor and provide cookies and milk for the kids so they’re not set on eating all that candy.

Tip 5: You can also provide little aprons to keep icing and candies off their clothing.

Tip 6: Swap small frosting bottles for traditional piping bags—they’re easier for kids to handle.

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About the Contributor: A Night Owl is a creative lifestyle community featuring DIY/crafts, decor, recipes, family, and more! Kimberly Sneed is a working mom on the go. An MBA who works in social media by day, Kimberly enjoys finding the creative aspects of everyday life and fills her weekends with glitter, glue, and other creative goodness.

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