Wilkinson's Ginger Bread House Cookie Cutting Kit £3.00 Wilkinson's
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Wilkinson's Ginger Bread House Cookie Cutting Kit £3.00 Wilkinson's

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Found 16th Dec 2013
Saw this in store and i want to go back and get one.
Ginger bread cutter house kit £3.00
You get the cutters for the house, two fairies and a shooting star
Not huge but a good size.
Kids love decorating and eating these and they are quite easy to make.

They don't seem to be online but were in the kitchen section in my local store.

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That Looks tasty and fun. yum..

Looks nice

If you dont get time to make one.Aldi have them in stock, aleady made up at £5.99. They had reduced them yday to £5.49

Hope it tastes better than the Aldi one, found that one a chore to chew lol great if you like cardboard!

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TraceyAlf

If you dont get time to make one.Aldi have them in stock, aleady made up … If you dont get time to make one.Aldi have them in stock, aleady made up at £5.99. They had reduced them yday to £5.49



Home bargains have one for £4.99 but not sure they taste that nice from what iv heard.
Edited by: "MichITR" 16th Dec 2013

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houseofgirlz

Hope it tastes better than the Aldi one, found that one a chore to chew … Hope it tastes better than the Aldi one, found that one a chore to chew lol great if you like cardboard!


These are just the cutters to make it yourself.Im not a massive fan of gingerbread just love the look of the house at christmas but homemade ginger bread always tastes nicer.

I saw a kit in Morrison's, on the fresh cake counter, looks like it included the gingerbread, think that was £4.99

great stuff:)

Sainsburys kits £4 but taste lovely will pop to wilkos to pick one up

Alternatively theres these below at £2.45

ikea.com/gb/…83/

great stuff:)

great stuff

Seems like a decent price, have some heat

Looks lovely. Good price. Thanks.

Have some Heat!

Well check my wilkos out,been after something like this,thanks

This looks great! Shame I was at wilco yesterday and missed it.
We had one of the ready to assemble kits as a gift last year and it had the longest list of E numbers and additives I have ever seen, probably why it had a 15 year or something bbe date, may end up being what everyone eats at the end of the world!!

emro23

Alternatively theres these below at … Alternatively theres these below at £2.45http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/90218783/



We've just made this ikea one and the gingerbread was beautiful!

Got these a couple of weeks ago. They are good, but the gingerbread is an absolute chore to make. Doesn't look anything like any of the pictures on google, if your getting it because it will be fun, ohhhhh no. Stressful.

What are the chances of it turning out like that. Heat for living the dream....

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kim9973

What are the chances of it turning out like that. Heat for living the … What are the chances of it turning out like that. Heat for living the dream....


I had a chocolate one last year and decorated it with loads of icing and sweets it looked really good, This year i will let my 2 year old decorate it so I'm yet to see what this one will look like lol I'm sure he has lots of fun making a mess.
Edited by: "MichITR" 16th Dec 2013

http://s948.photobucket.com/user/xcellentruby/media/20131124_162905_zps5c3f8a32.jpg.html][IMG]http://i948.photobucket.com/albums/ad328/xcellentruby/20131124_162905_zps5c3f8a32.jpg[/URL][/img]That looks lovely you can also make salt dough ornaments kids love them.

I bought the morrisons one really good value for money but hot on this deal !!

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xcellentruby

[/url][/img]That looks lovely you can also make salt dough ornaments kids … [/url][/img]That looks lovely you can also make salt dough ornaments kids love them.



Aww they are so good.I always forget about this. What paint do you use?
Edited by: "MichITR" 16th Dec 2013

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we make them every year from scratch, homemade gingerbread and stencils and I agree they are a nightmare to make but worth it if you can gt them to stand aha

MichITR

Aww they are so good.I always forget about this. What paint do you use?


I used tubes of kids acrylic paint with my granddaughter who's 6 and felt tips with my grandson who's 2 and then sprayed them with acrylic varnish.Use a straw to make the holes. Be warned we had millions of them we packed some up for the parents as pressies and i gave the rest of the undecorated ones to the p1 teacher for the kids to paint. Great fun for young and old and a lovely keep sake for years to come. Be careful with the left over dough my 12 year old irish setter stole it out of the bin and was sick and thirsty all day.

dizzyllama

we make them every year from scratch, homemade gingerbread and stencils … we make them every year from scratch, homemade gingerbread and stencils and I agree they are a nightmare to make but worth it if you can gt them to stand aha


A work of art well done. Forget about the flamedeers could this be the start of the great hukd bake off.

No need to buy cutters. We just printed a free template from a google search. This was our first ever gingerbread house attempt last year assembled by me and decorated by my 5 year old son.

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Maybe the government should be taking notes? Cheap affordable homes for the public... Maybe if we all got grants to buy flour and eggs and icing sugar then we could all make our own homes? It'd solve the problem of food shortages as well... Late night munchies? Do some restructuring of the downstairs ad go open plan!

Dave Cameron... I hope you're reading this!

KM

It is looking nice.thanks

I've got this and attempted it last night...so far I have a gingerbread slum hut,resembling something from India's backstreets...slum ginger millionaire!

If you don't like gingerbread Asda have got a rice crispy one

Thanks..

vegamom

No need to buy cutters. We just printed a free template from a google … No need to buy cutters. We just printed a free template from a google search. This was our first ever gingerbread house attempt last year assembled by me and decorated by my 5 year old son.



Wow Vegamom, now that is what you call a perfect house!!! Good job, your little guy must be so talented!!! Very tasty looking!!!

The woman in Wilkinson's thought I was an idiot said she had never heard of a Ginger bread house and they have never sold anything like that I got a really small one from B&M instead think I need to get Dom from cowboy builders in though some suspect building.

£3 is very cheap hot
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