A Festive Gingerbread House Was Turned Into The Creepy Hotel From ‘The Shining.’
Making ginger bread houses are a holiday tradition. The treats are decorated with adorable and scrumptious candy canes, chocolate buds, gum drops, licorice, and frosting. People baking the yummy houses take creative liberties by constucting train sets, castles, cathedrals, and even the Ferris wheel.
Reddit user Agkeeling recently uploaded photos of this family’s gingerbread house. The sweet dessert is a recreation of the Overlook Hotel from the horror-suspense film, The Shining. Agkeeling writes that the family spent two weeks working on the project. After this year’s production, it will be a hard act to follow next year.
The Overlook Hotel from the Shining. The film is based on Stephen's King novel with the same name.
This is a yearly family tradition: to build a completely new and original gingerbread house.
The family built five rooms depicting famous scenes from the 1980 movie.
The scary and creepy twins.
The wallpaper is edible.
The walls are made with icing and fondant. While the roof is covered with powdered sugar and quinoa.
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