Gingerbread Rapunzel's tower

Congrats! Your Gingerbread Rapunzel’s Tower is one of this week’s featured projects. You are awesome!

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Congratulations on the feature!

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Wow! The details are amazing. This is art!

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That’s some next level gingerbread!

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Epic and dreamy! She will never forget this!

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Oooh thank you! :hugs: this is my first project posted on here and I didn’t expect it to be noticed, let alone be a popular topic.

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You need to post more!

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Image being a well rounded gingerbread house maker, joining the competition and seeing that standing on the tables… you can see your chances of winning just go down the drain. And then hearing that it’s your first try. Man, the other contestants had to be so perplexed!

I really love it! I saw the disney cruise tangle musical just yesterday on youtube!
I’d love to see what you do next!

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Next year’s competition has already got the info sheet out, with the criteria and rules. The one I did the tower for said it had to be a 2 storey or taller building. Next year it can be anything I want at all, doesn’t have to be a building. I’ve got so many ideas yet can’t think of what to make. Definitely open for ideas.

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this is amazing!

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stunning!

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That is… art. You have an excess of talent!

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I can’t believe that is edible! I do believe, however, that it is incrEDIBLE. :smiley:

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You did a really spectacular job on this…especially for a first time! Many kudos to you! And I admire your courage to just DO IT!!!

that is one fantastic tower!! and thanks for the great tip on how to bend gingerbread…we have a gingerbread house or something coming up in our future at work and now i want it to be round…ha

Hehehe :smile: it’s always cool seeing rounded gingerbread imo, if you want any extra tips I’m happy to help. The whole process of figuring out the exact shape, getting a safe and usable thickness, finding a tasty humidity resistant construction recipe, embossing it with patterns, baking it to the right point, getting it looking the way you want before it cools and hardens and making sure the pieces fit together was all a big learning curve for me (pun intended :wink:). Maybe I should do a tutorial?