This astounding gingerbread house was made by Los Angeles-based artist Christine McConnell. She’s well known for her baked artworks that are both intriguing and terrifying.


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The artist baked this gingerbread house to be displayed at a screening of the new Tim Burton film ‘Miss Peregrine’s home for Peculiar Children’. The house is double sided and has a clock along the bottom which runs backwards to complement the movie’s topic of time travel.

And you know what the best part about this piece of art is? It’s 100% edible.

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Believe it or not, but this is a 100% edible gingerbread house

Christine McConnell created the piece to be displayed at a screening of the new Tim Burton film ‘Miss Peregrine’s home for Peculiar Children’

The house is double sided and has a clock along the bottom which runs backwards

The gingerbread house was created using an image of the actual house where the movie was filmed

This is truly one of the most intricate gingerbread houses ever