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<a href='http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/308155-tasty-doors-windows-by-jillianmorris' title = 'Tasty Doors and Windows by jillianmorris on Spoonflower - custom fabric'><img src='http://s3.amazonaws.com/spoonflower/public/design_thumbnails/0030/8155/rgingerbread_shop_preview.png' alt='Tasty Doors and Windows'/></a>
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Designs by jillianmorris
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if they sold this as a wall paper i'd buy it for my room actually... i really love it!
Posted over 5 years ago.
Printed up yummy on quilting weight. I will shrink it down some when I order it for projects, but I left it close to life size gingerbread, in case that is what you want.
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Posted almost 6 years ago.
Aww, thank you so much Victoria! I am actually surprised it placed as well as it did, since it is a bit out of season :).
This is one of my favorite designs. Not just in this contest, but of all the designs at Spoonflower. I was really surprised it wasn't, at least, in the top ten.
Wrapping up treats with this is such a great idea Sammy! Thank you Isabella :)
Oh, yummy! This is a very sweet design.
Furthering that thought, this would make a great reusable alternative to holiday wrapping paper. Sewn up sacks and squares of this would be great to wrap goodies in!
Yeah, it probably wont replace candy for anyone. It might actually increase the need to have real candy and cookies available. But, it will still look pretty after your gingerbread houses have been picked apart ;). Thank you Hevilja!
Oh, thanks! So this Christmas we don't need to make ginger bread houses with the kids - we just order a yard of this and wrap around a box :D (I'd do it, but probobly the kids wouldn't like it...) Wonderful and surprising design!
Thanks a lot Shin and Joanne :).
ooh this is lovely jillian, yummy! great idea! funny you should say about your first idea...that was going to be my idea if i had got back sooner...a creepy hotel with a mysterious no.13 door and boarded up windows haha....anyway i agree this is much more useful...and prettier lol!
Very tasty indeed. This is so great for anything christmassy
Thank you Linkolisa and Haleystudio!
yum! This would be great just as a table runner under the holiday desserts! Nice direction for the theme.
Thanks Cean, Rachel, and Kelly! My first idea was a creepy hotel hallway of doors with dark tacky carpet like The Shining, but I couldn't figure out what anyone would do with it, so I tried to think of something more useful.
love it! here's one that's useful as well as beautiful. I could imagine lots of projects for it / with it. Great colors. Now I want gingerbread for breakfast instead of oatmeal... ;o)
fantastic idea and so well done.
I have never wanted to eat a fabric the way I do right now.( how did my keyboard get covered in drool?). Spot on colors and frosting line work, and a delicious take on the theme. Great job!
Thank you Francine and Patty! I agree its kind of difficult to imagine turning the oven on in august, but fall and winter always sneak up on me and I wanted to surprise them instead this year :).
Scrumptious! I think I CAN smell the pillows baking... if it wasn't 100Âº down here, I'd be tempted to make myself a cup of hot chocolate to go with it. I'll just have to settle for an iced coffee instead, looks great!
This one is delicious - nicely done! But I think the icing should be melting to meet the surrealist theme (I'M KIDDING! haha) It's perfectly yummy. =)
Thanks Scrummy and Kdl and again Victoria!
This definately does look good enough to eat! :-) Very pretty, love all your little details.
this would be a great chrissy crafty fabric! love that gingerbread colour too xxx
Candy buttons what a great idea!
Thank you Victoria, those are great ideas! I was thinking about an apron too and have been looking out for candy buttons to put on it.
This is such a sweet fabric; but no calories! A true win-win. It would be lovely to wrap presents in. Or a holiday apron; or dish towels. Or guest towels in the powder room. So many uses so little time.
Thank you! I had way too much fun making sloppy frosting lines.
Yummy! And adorable!
Super cute! Great (tasty) twist on this week's theme. Woohoo, SWEET job!
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