Reddit is obsessed with this mom's 'real-life, handmade gingerbread house'

A woman's very own gingerbread house looks like it's right out of a Hansel and Gretel storybook. Photos of the home were posted on Reddit's "Pics" forum. The user boasted about their "mom's real-life, handmade gingerbread house" . The images showed the 1927 Tudor home decorated with giant candy canes, gumdrops, cookies, peppermints, lights and other colorful decorations. It was the spitting image of something from a children's book. Everything is completely handmade by the mom. "My mom has been an interior designer for the last 30 years, she has great attention to detail and a great eye!" the poster said. Redditors loved the creativity and effort put into the whimsical winter wonderland. "I’m obsessed with this. Please tell your mom that she’s incredibly talented at crafting too!" a user wrote

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