Gingerbread House Page 1 of 1 © Reiman Media Group Inc. | www.tasteofhome.com Baking Sheet 1 Baking Sheet 2 Baking Sheet 3 Baking Sheet 4 10-1/2” Place pans on racks to cool. To prevent bending and cracking, carefully transfer to racks by lifting parchment paper. When completely cool, stack the slabs, still on parchment, and set aside to dry out at room temperature for 3 to 7 days. (When ready to assemble, see How to Make a Gingerbread House guide for full instructions.)

I used a small amount of supplies to create these fun notecards. I used a small pieces from the Joy to the World patterns and solids as well as some of the stickers from the sticker sheet. I die cut the beautiful angels from one of the 12×12 sheets from the collection. Here’s an easy-to-use template for your gingerbread house. Using this guide, pull out your ruler and some paper or cardboard to transfer the measurements. Trim each template piece with scissors or a utility knife and set aside. Your Complete Guide to Making a Gingerbread House First up, make the ...