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Sunday, December 06, 2009

The Gingerbread Stable

Shayla has her horse hitched to the post. Don't you love the stacking of the hay? Wow!
Notice the hay in the barn, the horse pulling a wagon of corn, and the horse shoe decoration.
This photo shows off the herd of horses Shayla created and Marty's fencing job, plus Shayla's woodpile.

9 Comments:

At 6/12/09 8:22 PM, Blogger Lisa D :) said...

Dearest Shayla,

I just have one question for you sweetie -- is there ANYTHING that you do that isn't done so WONDERFULLY?!!! This gingerbread house is seriously THE most awesome house I've ever seen! Way to go Shayla and Aunt Marty!

 
At 6/12/09 10:10 PM, Anonymous Lorie Miller said...

Shayla,

The Gingerbread Stable is way cool. Here in Omaha we have over 200 gingerbread structures on display for people to view Nov-Jan. This would be a super addition to it. You are a very special young lady.

 
At 6/12/09 10:43 PM, Anonymous Chris in Brighton, MI said...

Wow, wow, and one again, wow!!! How totally cool! Way to go Shayla and Aunt Marty!

 
At 6/12/09 11:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've been a long time follower of this blog, but havn't visited for a while. I came today because of a random thought I had about Christi, and was so suprized how grown up Shayla looks!!!
Lindsay Clark

 
At 7/12/09 8:29 AM, Blogger BigJandLittleA said...

That has to be the fanciest gingerbread house I have seen! Way to go Shayla; quite creative and time consuming!

 
At 7/12/09 1:22 PM, Blogger Lizz said...

That is insanely too cute! My kids (& mom-in-law) would absolutely LOVE that! They are obsessed with horses!!! Thanks for sharing!
Love & Hugs!
Lizz

 
At 7/12/09 7:00 PM, Blogger Jennifer Lehmann said...

Wow! And I was proud of my gingerbread tree made from a box! Haha This is great Shay!

 
At 8/12/09 4:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a work of art - it must have taken hours and hours to complete this. You go, girl.

You have had a busy couple of weeks - how lucky you are to have the option to do all these things and how smart you are to do them so cheerfully and with such a positive attitude.

I do hope the Thomas' all know how many people read this blog. Angela, good for you for pursuing the book...just don't give up the blog please.

Happy holidays!

 
At 13/12/10 5:49 PM, Blogger Carmen said...

I have been looking for a gingerbread STABLE, not a house so I can begin making one with my family every year at Christmas. This is the best gingerbread stable I have found. It has everything! Thanks for giving the rest of us a glimpse into this work of art and care that was put behind creating it! Blessings

 

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