Mix icing and assemble house according to package directions.
Outline door. Position mini flavored candy on outline. Cut spice drop in half for door window, attach with dot of icing. Pipe dot for doorknob.
Cut spice drops in half. Outline windows and fill in. Pat smooth with finger dipped in cornstarch. Position spice drop halves inside windows. Pipe line under windows for sills and position mini flavored candy.
Pipe outlines at house corner seams. Position mini flavored candy.
Cut five gum drop candy rings in half. Attach one gum drop candy ring half with icing over front window for awning; reserve the others for roof peak walkway. Attach whole gum drop candy ring with icing above door as wreath.
Attach spice drop halves with dots of icing between all windows and door.
Spatula ice roof fluffy, pulling out icicles with spatula. Position spice drop halves and position mini flavored candy in garland pattern. Attach reserved gum drop candy ring halves with icing on roof peak.
Spatula ice cake board. Line walkway with gum drop candy ring halves. Position spice drops along front at base of house.
Watch our online video. There's no need to have a plain roof if you have a spatula on hand. Many different textures can be created by using a spatula to make a look of fallen snow, shingles and stucco.
An architectural flair and welcoming appeal can be achieved by adding artistic windowpanes to a gingerbread house. Beautiful small paned windows, front bay windows and even cathedral windows can be made in a few easy steps.