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Artist Transforms Her Parents’ Home Into A Massive Holiday Gingerbread House

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After transforming her parents’ house into a scare factory for Halloween, Los Angeles-based artist and baker Christine McConnell proceeded to give the dwelling a Christmas makeover to make it look like a full-scale gingerbread cottage.

The methods were similiar to those used for the Halloween decorations, utilizing hand-painted foamcore boards for all of the gingerbread cookie and candy cane decorations while nylon rope stood in for icing. To top it all off, McConnell staged a fairy tale photo with herself playing a hungry witch trying to lure Hansel and Gretel, played by her nieces Chloe and Keira.

Check out more pictures below.

I made a nylon rope net to mimic an iced roof… Getting it on was tricky! 😥

A photo posted by Christine McConnell (@christinehmcconnell) on Dec 7, 2015 at 6:03pm PST

This was the fun part 😊

A photo posted by Christine McConnell (@christinehmcconnell) on Dec 7, 2015 at 6:02pm PST

My nieces Chloe and Keira played Hansel and Gretel. They're my favorite people 😍😍

A photo posted by Christine McConnell (@christinehmcconnell) on Dec 7, 2015 at 6:02pm PST

It's spot lit at night ✨🎄✨

A photo posted by Christine McConnell (@christinehmcconnell) on Dec 7, 2015 at 6:01pm PST

(Christine McConnell via GoA)

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