November 21, 2012 - Kids in Springfield Township found out gumdrops, cinnamon dots, and lots of icing make for the perfect building materials for a gingerbread house.
Theo Boucke, 7, admires his handywork. (click for larger version)
Nataleigh Gell gets help from her father, Bryan Gell, to put the finishing touches on her gingerbread house. (click for larger version)
Umakorn ‘Odet’ Jumtacug, 6, and Olivia Simofi’Ilyes, 9, have a taste. (click for larger version)
Nine-year-old Josh Rich works beside his sister Holly, 8, while constructing his house. (click for larger version)
The Springfield Township Library invited youngsters to create the sugary shacks this past Saturday, Nov. 17, and the creativity couldn't have been tastier!
Armed with pretzel sticks and peppermints, children built tiny homes complete with smoke stacks, windows, and doors. Any spare tools and construction materials got eaten.
Clarkston News reporter