As I've mentioned before I've collected gingerbread patterns for many years from old women's magazines like Woman's Day, Ladies Home Journal and Good Housekeeping. As I get time I scan them into a PDF document so feel free to download your favorites. Send me an email and picture if you make any of these.
Santa's Tugboat: I think this was from Good Housekeeping. Very cute! Click here for the instructions.
Gingerbread Angels (3 different patterns). These "cookies" are about 10" high and based on the angel ornaments used on the Metropolitan Museum of Art Christmas tree. Click here for instructions.
Little Gingerbread Cottage: This charming little cottage, from the December 1990 issue of Good Housekeeping features red licorice roof. Be sure to read all the direcdtions before you start and remember, they don't always give you all the pattern pieces-they give you instructions for additional piecs you have to measure yourself. Click here for the instructions.
Gingerbread Train: Along with the train engine there are four other train cars to make--add a licorice track and your ready to go! Click here for instructions and pattern.
Santa's Workshop: click here for the instructions and pattern.
Gingerbread Dream House: This is from the December 1988 Good Housekeeping Magazine. A nice fairy-tale house in the wood, all dressed up for the holidays with candles, wreath, and a red-and-white striped carpet to welcome your many guests. Click here for the instructions.
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