Hello Kitty Gingerbread Cookie!

This is an amazing Gingerbread cookie in the image of Hello Kitty. The cute world-famous image of a friendly cat with its big white head, small eyes, and smaller body and bow in her hair by the Sanrio company from Japan is now a Gingerbread cookie. Seeing images like this one really opens our eyes and minds to thinking outside-the-box and realizing that Gingerbread can be anything we imagine. Lets have some fun this holiday season and create our own master pieces as we are only limited by ourselves, we can be creative and make whatever we dream up! Imagine displaying your very own Hello Kitty Gingerbread creations at your christmas holiday cookie exchange. Yum yum!

NEW! Gingerbread Man Candy Christmas Italian Charm

NEW! Gingerbread Man Candy Christmas Italian Charm

My Christmas “wish list” is growing longer and longer! I just can’t help myself, every time I find a new Gingerbread themed item my heart goes “yippee” as if I were a child but am actually a grown woman. I have not seen one like before. This particular Italian charm would be fabulous on my charm bracelet, or even a necklace. This Gingerbread man and candy food photo Italian charm is a total must have for the Gingerbread fanatic like me. Visit here!

Whimsical Gingerbread Gold Watch

Gingerbread Christmas Watch

I don’t know about you, but I am always searching for a neat Christmas holiday watch to wear as I like ones that match all the holiday sweaters I like to wear throughout the season. This cute fellow is by Whimsical Watches and are made by a team of Artists using hand-crafted Miniatures turning this fashionable watches into a wearable work of art. This one is super cute and sure to coordinate well with my fashions and yours too! Visit here to get yours!

Gingerbread Jar Candle by Yankee Candle


This is the one that is so hard to keep in stock and sells out every time! 
A spicy warm gingerbread rich with nutmeg, cinnamon and brown sugar candle. Experience the authentic, true-to-life fragrance, with pure natural spice extracts, and renowned Yankee Candle® quality that have made us America’s favorite. The traditional design of this signature jar candles reflects a warm, relaxed sense of style that’s always at home. Convenient and easy to use, these long-burning jars provide hours of true fragrance enjoyment. They’re also the ideal gift for any occasion. HARD TO KEEP IN STOCK SO Get Yours NOW!

Mid-Century Modern Gingerbread House

What a neat Gingerbread House I found! Move over graham cracker cottages; there’s a new architect on the block and she’s a mid-century modern fan. This is a very unique twist to that old favorite. This modern Gingerbread house features a garage, a rock garden, and palm tress. The structure can be personalized and is 100% edible–within 30 days of unwrapping, that is. Comes fully assembled from Red Envelope, or just look at the pictures to build your own.

Gingerbread Girl, Boy, Man, Stories, Fun & More!

I came across all these Gingerbread themed stories and had no idea that there are actually so many. Yes, most are focused on children but they are still so darn cute. Below is a list of titles and author for you

Gingerbread Baby – Jan Brett
The Gingerbread Boy – Paul Galdone
The Gingerbread Doll – Susan Clarion
The Gingerbread Man – Davis Cutts
The Gingerbread Man – Eric A. Kimmel
The Gingerbread Man – John A. Rowe
The Gingerbread Man – Karen Lee Schmidt
The Gingerbread Man – Pam Adams
The Gingerbread Man – Sally Belly
The Gingerbread Man – Scott Cook
Maisy Makes Gingerbread – Lucy Cousins
Peek-A-Boo Gingerbread House – Scott McDougall
What’s in the Fox’s Sack? – Paul Galdone
Whiff, Sniff, Nibble, Chew – Charlotte

Remember the story of the Gingerbread Man?

Once upon a time there was a little old woman and a little old man, and they lived all alone in a little old house. They had ‘t any little girls or any little boys, at all. So one day, the little old woman made a boy out of gingerbread; she made him a chocolate jacket, and put cinnamon seeds in it for buttons; his eyes were made of fine, fat currants; his mouth was made of rose-colored sugar; and he had a gay little cap of orange sugar-candy. When the little old woman had rolled him out, and dressed him up, and pinched his gingerbread shoes into shape, she put him in a pan; then she put the pan in the oven and shut the door; and she thought, “Now I shall have a little boy of my own.” Visit here for more!