Gingerbread Phantom Manor

Now this is what I’d like to make as a holiday gingerbread house!

Haunted Dimensions has a cookie version of Phantom Manor (Disneyland Paris’s version of the Haunted Mansion, which I did get to visit many years ago as a haunt-loving 13 year old).

Here is the Manor:

Et, viola!

Should you wish to attempt the undoubtedly time consuming but rewarding venture of making this house, Haunted Dimensions was kind enough to share the process and design templates here.

If you are a Haunted Mansion fan, it’s definitely worth browsing the 3D models, paper models and graphics on the rest of Haunted Dimensions.


10 Responses to “Gingerbread Phantom Manor”

  1. there are so many right things w/ the phrase “gingerbread phantom manor”!

  2. Wow… my heart always breaks a little when I see things like those roofing tiles. The repetitive work of it! Oddly, I don’t feel the same when I see a brick wall.

    • shewalkssoftly Says:

      This, dear Comment1, is entirely natural. See, gingerbread roofing tiles are ephemeral. Hours of painstaking work goes into something that will have to be discarded (or maybe eaten) shortly after creation. No one eats a brick wall. They get a good run for their money.

      • Aaaahh! Of course. I’ve learnt something valuable here today. Something about about becoming ruler of the world and banning the consumption of gingerbread.

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    Ray Keim

  4. I love this! I’ve often thought about doing a haunted gingerbread house around this season, but never did I imagine anything this elaborate. It’s gorgeous and mouthwatering.

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