First, you?ll notice that there are four houses, two of which are the same. Included in kit is: One A-Frame House, One Slanted-Roof House and Two Classic Cottages.
As you assemble the houses, it will be helpful to refer to the fully assembled illustration. To separate the pieces for each house, use a paring knife to score the lines and then gently break apart.
Panels include: A. Front panel. B. Two sidewall roof panels. A. Back panel.
1. Attach A (front panel) to inside of one of the B?s (side wall/roof panel) toward the front with a line icing.
2. Attach second A (back panel) to the opposite side of attached B (side wall/roof panel) with line of icing.
3. Attach second B (side wall/roof panel) to both edges of A panels with a line of icing.
Panels include: A. Front right side panel. A. Front left side panel. B. Back short panel. B. Tall front panel. C. Roof panel.
1. Attach A (front right side panel) to B (back short panel) with a line of icing at edges.
2. Attach second A (front left side panel) to other side of B (back short panel) with a line of icing at edges.
3. Attach second B (front tall panel) to front of house, attaching on edges to both sides of assembled A panels? ends with a line of icing.
4. Attach C (roof) with lines icing.
Both cottages assemble the same. Panels include: A. Front left panel. A. Back right panel. B. Two tall side panels. C. Two roof panels.
1. Attach A (front left panel) to inside of B (tall side panel) with a line of icing.
2. Attach A (back right panel) to inside of B (tall side panel) with a line of icing.
3. Attach B (short side panel) to A (panel ends) with a line of icing
4. Attach C (roof) panel to house with icing.
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I bought the Gingerbread Mini Village Kit thinking that my two girls could each choose two houses to decorate. In fact, before we opened the kit each girl had identified which ones each would work on. We were sorely disappointed when the internal contents were for a single gingerbread house only and came with 2 of the 3 candy types only. The girls kept a brave face and we trudged on hoping to make the best of things. We made the icing and started to assemble the first two walls. By the third wall, our icing bag busted and so we gave up on the whole project. In past years we had used other brands of gingerbread house kits and did not have any problems. We will not buy Wilton products again.