This one’s a little bit of post-holiday geekiness. Cory Doctorow over at Boing Boing posted last week this little snippet about the family that built a scale model of their home as a gingerbread house:
Using elevations from a recent renovation, my wife constructed the sides and the girls set out to decorate. I, being the professional photographer in a previous life, was tasked with documenting the finished model. As we are a multicultural family, matzot was used for the hipped roof and garage doors.
You know, we’re planning on renovating our kitchen this year. If I keep the plans from the designer, maybe I could do something like this next Christmas. Hmm….
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