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- I’m bored!
- We have nothing to do.
- You won’t let us do anything!
We didn’t want the kids to know what we were doing, so we sent them to the other room and turned on the Disney Planes Movie.
Once the pieces are sufficiently cooled, it’s time to start assembling. We’re big chocolate lovers, so we decided to go with some good old chocolate frosting for glue. Any type of frosting will work, though royal icing will stick the best, we just used a creamy frosting. Watch this quick slide show of the assembly process.
The final touch before presenting this to the kids was the gumdrop propeller. Mark saved one edge from the sheets of gingerbread and carved it into a propeller. We added some frosting, sprinkles, and a gumdrop nose.
Presenting the kids with their Gingerbread Plane Hangar with the new Disney Planes toys was a blast, and the exact kind of break we needed. They had fun flying Dusty over the chocolate pretzel forest, landing him on the roof, and attempting to eat the roof.
- Disney Planes Flight to the Finish Speedway
- Disney Planes Fire & Rescue Die-Cast Vehicles, 3-Pack
- Disney Planes Fire & Rescue Deluxe Talking Vehicle Assortment
- Disney Planes Character Assortment die-cast set
If you’re looking for some last minute fun before Christmas, and haven’t made gingerbread houses yet, I suggest you mix it up and try the Gingerbread Hangar instead.