This Death Star was destroyed by a horde of hungry Rebels. Many gingerbread stormtroopers were lost.
While I’ll likely never meet Reddit user eudicotyledon or his family, I would so totally like to hang out with them during the holidays and make gingerbread houses. They don’t mess around.
This year they built the Overlook Hotel from The Shining complete with Jolly Rancher blood and a Rice Krispie treat maze.
I hope they never eat it and that it gets shellacked and put on display somewhere.
Take a closer look at the amazing details in the gallery below.
Here’s a little good cheer for the holidays. Star Wars and gingerbread came together at the downtown Seattle Sheraton hotel during their annual gingerbread house event, with proceeds going to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
This year, they had six gingerbread masterpieces in honor of the first six Star Wars films. It has everything from Yoda training younglings, to Grievous and Obi-Wan fighting it out, to the moon of Endor.
If you’re in the Seattle area, the display is up until January 3, 2016. You can also text JDRF5 plus the number of the episode display you’re voting for (JDRF5 6 for example) to 20222 to donate $5 to JDRF.
You can see more pictures of all six displays at Geek and Sundry.
Who says horror fans have to ditch their dark ways come the jolly holiday season?
Apparently it’s actually is possible to celebrate Christmas and your dark side at the same time. At least that’s what Johnny Larocque and Nicole Cooper did when they decided to make a creepy and awesomely twisted gingerbread house inspired by Ash vs Evil Dead and the Evil Dead movies.
What a scene! Fun for the whole family…if you’re the Sawyer family that is.
Jesus. Somebody dip this gingerbread Darth Vader in a preservative and ship it off to Rancho Obi-Wan. It would be a shame to actually eat such a masterpiece.
It was created by the same artistic genius that made that gingerbread Optimus Prime a couple years back.
Check out the complete work below.
The Gingerbread Iron Throne was forged from dragon’s breath (set at 350 degrees) with the swords of vanquished gingerbread men. Truly, it is a monstrous and delicious chair.
Check out more pics in the gallery below.