The Falling Water Gingerbread House Pays Homage to Frank Lloyd Wright

By: Meghan Young - Published: Dec 24, 2010 • References: gardenmelodies.blogspot & neatorama
The Falling Water Gingerbread House is one impressive piece of edible architecture. Modeled after Frank Lloyd Wright's Falling Water house, it even has the waterfall that inspired the name.

Created by two friends Melodie and Brenton, the Falling Water Gingerbread House took over 12 hours to design and 40 hours to actually construct and decorate. It boasts about 12 feet of gingerbread dough, 40 sleeves of large Smarties and over 8 bags of powered sugar. Nothing ever looked so sweet. Stats for Famous Edible Architecture Trending: Older & Average
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