Artist Creates Edible Gingerbread House Replica From The Newest Tim Burton’s Movie

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

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

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

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

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

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This is truly one of the most intricate gingerbread houses ever

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