WELCOME TO THE GINGERBREAD VILLAGE
Traditional baking as a charming decoration idea
Gingerbread, icing and candles – these were the main ingredients that once made festive gingerbread masterpieces of small, proud master builders. Bring back these wonderful childhood memories with our decoration ideas. Even our gingerbread village looks too good to eat, but will last longer as it’s made from fine porcelain. All pieces look fantastic in a set or on their own on the windowsill, sideboard or mantelpiece.
Winter Bakery Decoration
Many gingerbread decorations have space for a tea light inside. Their shimmer casts a special cosy atmosphere, emitting through the openings of the intricate gingerbread tree or the cute gingerbread house.
Reindeer Express to a beautifully decorated home
Making real gingerbread houses sometimes involve hours of fiddling, but you can make your home
more beautiful with this decoration in the wink of an eye. The same goes for our gingerbread sleigh, whose reindeer
simply can’t wait to land in your home.
Gingerbread men recipe
A village needs residents. In our case – obviously – homemade gingerbread men. When they’re not in the gingerbread church or gingerbread house, then they can be found bustling around in one of our Christmas bowls. And should you run out of village residents, then simply bake new ones.
Honey gingerbread recipe
Gingerbread at Christmas is always a sweet idea. Especially when it is refined with honey, as in our recipe.
Even though our gingerbread decoration isn’t edible, every piece is still sweet.