Gingerbread Folk Vegan Gingerbread House Giveaway!

 

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Get into the festive vibe and unleash your inner builder by decorating your very own vegan gingerbread house, thanks to the clever guys at Gingerbread Folk!

Take a look at the tutorial below to see how easy these are to assemble (use your favorite vegan lollies and chocolates for decoration). What a great vegan gift idea for Christmas!

And……… here’s your chance to WIN a Vegan Gingerbread Folk Gingerbread House Kit, valued at $39.90!

To enter: Tell us below (in the comments) in 50 words or less how you would decorate your vegan Gingerbread House?

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Terms & Conditions; Giveaway ends December 12th, 2015 at 11:59 PM EST. Entires open to Residents of Australia only.  The winner will be selected based on the best/most creative answer, and will be notified by email. The winner will have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is selected. Facebook and Twitter are in no way associated with this giveaway.  The Vegan Box will not share or sell any personal information collected and will use any information only for the purpose of contacting the winner. If you have any additional questions – feel free to send us an email!

26 thoughts on “Gingerbread Folk Vegan Gingerbread House Giveaway!”

  1. Ginger read house: I would make it simple, cute and homely. Wafer sticks on the roof, marshmallows around the windows along with white piping of icing for snow. Icecream cones covered in green sprinkles for trees and chocolate love hearts scattered.

  2. I love the Holidays, so I would go totally festive ! All out! Lots of colours, and snow made from the icing! I also have vegan edible glitter ( for decorations !), so would really make my snow shine ! There’s no better gingerbread houses than the ones you just want to eat!

  3. I would use all vegan products on my house (experimenting with the egg replacement atm), icing, lollies and chocolate and show all my friends that anything they use with animal product I can do without! Obviously my babies (dogs) will be helping me with the process of helping clean my fingers of the sticky mess I will make!

  4. Kellie-Maree Rowland

    I would grab a heap of vegan confectionary and decorate it with my son. I think it’s important to teach my kids that we can still up hold traditions without harming animals. My son loves to bake and be in the kitchen, he would absolutely love a gingerbread house activity.

  5. I would decorate it with icing to mimic snow, use edible glitter for a bit of show, then serve it with some giant soy ice-cream “snowballs”! We even have some little reindeer figures we can place around the house. I’m sure my little niece would love to help me decorate and (most definitely) eat it!

  6. ️Simone Squires

    My family would have a magical time decorating this ginger mansion! A bucket of egg free icing, Sweet Williams santas, soft Dandies marshmallows and minty Mintons biscuits would all line the walls and roof . Fresh cherries and colourful skittles would create paths to little tummies. 🙂

  7. My 5 year old daughter would decorate it with lots of yummy vegan, compassionate candies!
    It would be another great opportunity to discuss the great misfortunes that animals are put through to provide us with unnecessary products. It would be another way I could show her that compassion is TASTY and empowering.

  8. sooooooo cute. this would be such a lovely project to do with the family! i would decorate with all the classics (peppermints, red hots, and gumdrops…yes, love gumdrops on gingerbread houses!) but i think i’d also like to get creative and maybe use some nuts (almonds for roof shingles?!) we’ll see 🙂

  9. I would have to have help decorating from the Master of the house my 2 year old William There are some great vegan marshmallows I found the other week so they would def be making an appearance maybe as some little snow men

  10. Christmas, the best holiday of the year! I’d turn this delicious house into a white wonderland with beautiful patterns and designs on the walls using icing.
    Icicles hanging from the roof and piped christmas trees with icing sugar snow sprinkled on top, stuffing the house with the best vegan goodies!

  11. Kristen Mazzaferro

    I would decorate this gingerbread house with my best friend. It’s a tradition now that every year we get together and, to the best of our abilities, decorate a gingerbread house during the Christmas season. It doesn’t matter how we decorate it, we always have the best time. So, I can’t say our gingerbread house would win any awards for best design, but it would be decorated with the most love and laughter.

  12. I would decorate it after one of my favourite christmas movies. It would either model a whoville house with a grinch on the side, or combine halloween and christmas so make something spooky and festive just like the nightmare before christmas.

  13. I would cover the roof with red and green skittles sprinkled with sugar for snow, use egg free icing to draw on the Windows and doors, use my egg-free meringue kit to make snowmen out the front with little pieces of carrots for their noses and tiny bits of dates as their buttons and eyes. Finally create a fence leading to the door way made from vegan candy kanes!

  14. I’d have an absolute blast decorating this gingerbread house with my vegan group of friends and filling it with delicious vegan treats. I have some vegan marshmallows and I’d make marshmallow fluff to look like snow. Also, we’d draw Windows and other little details with icing and pipe chocolate ganache on all the walls. Of course candy canes will be included as well for maybe a fence. And then to top it all off, we’d take an Instagram photo and post it on my food Insta @sprinklesofhealth (because did you really make a gingerbread house if you didn’t Instagram it 😉 )

  15. How fun! I would love to create a rescue ginger barn scene- where all sweet rescue animals could be safe over the festive season 🙂 almonds for the roof, pumpkin seeds for grass and vegan treats to make the barn 🙂 x

      1. Really!?!?!! That is the BEST!!!! I am SO excited! THANK YOU!

        Vegan Box and Gingerfolk rock!

        Wishing everyone who entered, Vegan Box and Gingerfolk a lovely Christmas and peaceful 2016.

        Thank you so much! x

  16. I would decorate it like a mini animal sanctuary. The house would be a barn with little vegan fondant animals around it. With a couple of chickens perched up on the roof, happy and safe 🙂

  17. Using all vegan products, I would decorate the roof with colourful lollies as christmas lights. I would use icing sugar and white icing for the snow. I would sprinkle cacao nibs around the house as reindeer droppings. I would also make Rudolph the red nose reindeer out of fondant icing.

  18. I would ice the roof with little round tiles and ice the windows with butter free icing. I would add little gelatine free lollies around the house and surround the base with dominion sour straps. I would add the number 47 above the front door and make an icing wreath.

  19. My three nieces and I all want our fave vegan lollies included 🙂 It probably won’t look so pretty, but it will be devoured in no time. Here’s the list: musk sticks, pomegranate hearts, marshmallows, mint leaves, lots of icing and a crushed up Go Max bar!

  20. I’d decorate my cruelty-free gingerbread house with coconut sugar and water royal icing, dehydrated fruit in gem like colours, banana and coconut chips, and lots of slivered almonds.

  21. My vegan friends and I would decorate our gingerbread house and turn it into a chocoholic-paradise! I’m thinking vegan couverture chocolate covering the roof and topped with oreos as tiles, I would add cacao into the icing to make it chocolatey, stick vegan chocolate chips around the windows, vegan chocolate cookies crumbled on the ground outside the house. And we would fill the inside with surprise vegan chocolate walnut brownies!

  22. I would love to send it to my nephews & their hardworking mum to decorate for Christmas. The boys LOVE dried fruit, nuts and seeds (and dutch licorice for special occasions!) so I could send them a mixed bag for decorating. We live overseas but I would love to win this for them!

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