Thursday, 13 January 2011

More Gingerbread House Chronicles -- Stonehenge


No, My Rare One and I didn't make this one! I swiped this photo from that crazy website called My Food Looks Funny and just HAD to share it with you.

Stonehenge in all its original gingerbready goodness. Isn't it AWESOME?!?

28 comments:

Willym said...

Now what we need is a gingerbread Callas as Norma for this one!

Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

This is great! AND so was your quote comment on my blog about the BMW. May I quote you on that one? Thanks for visiting me.

Willym said...

And if you were to give these a tag such as gingerbread houses I could put a link on my blog to all of them and share how great they are with a few more people!!!!!!

faerwillow said...

~once more...clever little people out in our world...i wonder if anyone has created a gingerbread labyrinth??? i hope all is well with you and yours and i thank you graetly for your thoughts you sent forth the other day...much love light and blessings always be with you~

Magaly Guerrero said...

That is neat! Not to mention easy to eat ;-)

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

-clapping hands-

Unique!!!

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Hi Sandy -- Feel free to use my bad pun however you want!

Hi Willym -- I'll try to retag these posts. I'v never done it before, but how hard can it be? I hope those aren't famous last words!

turquoisemoon said...

Too much fun!!!

Dark Mother said...

Now this one I would totally scarf. None of that too sweet candy on it. Nom Nom Nom.

Snap said...

It is Awesome and I love the nutrition facts Gingerbread House, too.

mxtodis123 said...

This one is great. Hope you are feeling better.
Mary

Sex, Drugs and Bacon Sandwiches said...

Another fabulous gingerbread creation!

Holly Ruggiero said...

That's pretty darn cool.

Frostbite and Sunburn said...

Ha - now that is cool! Made me smile.

Patsy said...

Brilliant! We always go past Stonehenge when we visit my sister. :o)

The Frog Queen said...

Oh, I so have to make that!!!! I might create mine covered in a little powdered sugar. Stonehenge looks lovely in snow :) Thanks so much that made my day.

Cheers!

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

Hmmmm, you and one of you Dear Readers, would like to know how to put a click-able link, in a blog or in a comment on a blog...

Hmmmmmmm... Believe me, though it's pretty easy for me now, it WAS NOT, for a long time. And it's kind of long-winded, to explain. Well, for me, it's long-winded! ,-) But I'll try to do so, in e-mail to both of you.

Try... It sounds so ding-dang complicated, but really, it's not.

OK, gotta' put on my never-really-used 'teacher's cap' and try writing a clear email. :-) But! Not 'till tomorrow morning. I am like a flower, LOL! I kind of close down, when the sun starts to go down, so I'd not type coherently, late in the afternoon, like it is now. :-)

Gentle hugs...

Jim said...

Love this! Could eat one 'stone' at a time rel easily!

Sarah said...

Giggle snort...loove it!!

Donna B said...

Totally awesome!

SUZY8-TRACK said...

Very Clever!

Wendy said...

Oh I love it...Now I'm expecting you and the Rare One to make a gingerbread labyrinth next year ;)

Cameron said...

Well, that clears up a lot of mystery...the original Stonehenge is petrified gingerbread that got left out too long, the tumbled down parts are the depredations of being devoured, posit a stone age race of giants and we have solved the mystery of Stonehenge...tada!
Love the little Gingerbreadhenge...you totally have to try to make one next year!

YELLOWDOG GRANNY said...

don't get any cooler than that..but I'd never want to eat it.

Blueberry said...

oooh! Cookiehenge!

Makropoulos said...

Absolutely love it! You should make one!

Zucchinimom said...

Ooooh, I will have to keep this in mind! This year we made a gingerbread Parthenon (see Suburban Homesteading on Blogger)!!! Good idea!!!

effortisoffering said...

*head implosion from coolness overload*