Gingerbread replica of $1.1M Pink Lady drops jaws worldwide
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Recently a stunning and detailed version of the Pink Lady home in Eureka was crafted as a gingerbread house.
The jaw-dropping edible house, which according to the artist took about 80 hours to craft, went semi-viral on Reddit’s “baking” section with several thousands of interactions worldwide.
The artist, u/mmhdunn, says they’re not a Humboldt County local but rather a huge fan of architecture.
“That’s a real house?” asked one commenter. “Looks exactly like the (‘Coraline’) house…”
“This isn’t food anymore but edible art, how many years of experience do you have?” asked another. “150? This is really nice.”
Have you been working on any crafty edibles yourself? We’d love to see what you’ve made in the comments.
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We’ve received more information from the Denver-based artist behind this beautiful Pink Lady replica.
“I’m just a big fan of baking and Victorian architecture, and the Pink Lady was a perfect source of inspiration for me,” said Morgan Hamatake. “I sketch and draft my houses by hand before baking and building.”
You can follow her and check out more of her work here.