Felt Gingerbread House Tutorial

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Angie Carlson shows you how to make a gingerbread house that is good on your waistline: a felt one! Link.

4 thoughts on “Felt Gingerbread House Tutorial

  1. jennifer says:

    It’s upsetting that this isn’t an original concept – it’s a bad rip-off of the original Twinkle Kids Felt Gingerbread House Kit on the Mahar Dry Goods site that was just featured in Parents magazine.
    http://www.twinkle-kids.com/GINGERBREADINTROPAGE.html
    http://www.mahardrygoods.com/item.php?item_id=816&category_id=52

  2. Sara says:

    Lots of crafters do it because they want to replicate something they like, but can’t afford, or enjoy spending the project time with family. I can see both cases in this instance. Your “bad rip off” is someone else’s cheap family fun for an afternoon, so I don’t hold a grudge against the creator.
    Not to mention that sticking felt shapes to other pieces of felt is not, at its heart, a novel concept. I say lighten up.
    Thanks for sharing Angie’s tutorial. I think it’d be neat to somehow make the “walls” of the house separate, with perhaps velcro so that you can stick them together at the edges – as you would with an actual piece of gingerbread.

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