Decorating Gingerbread Houses

Decorating Gingerbread Houses

Decorating Gingerbread Houses is a special way to unite our communities – neighborhoods, offices, families, moms, hospital patients unable to home for the holidays, and so many more. Planning and spending a little bit of time each day is the secret to hosting a memorable gingerbread house party. For years to come the friendships and memories will be cherished!

This is the first of a series – a guide to planning and hosting the most spectacular holiday party of the year!

For over 25 years, I have been decorating gingerbread houses. I am happy to share my tips with you. If this is something new for you, then you will love the new holiday tradition. However, if this is one of your favorite traditions, I have some new ideas for you!

Decorating Gingerbread Houses is something for all ages, 2 – 99. It’s creative and brings out the child in everyone. It’s happy chaos!

I have the honor of speaking at the Junior Charity League – JCL – meeting. They are celebrating their 60th anniversary with a “Celebration” theme. How perfect! Gingerbread House Celebrations is my topic! With the holidays just around the corner, everyone is ready to celebrate with family and friends!

National Gingerbread House Day is on December 12th. I hope that you celebrate it!


David Dike Fine Art

David Dike Fine Art

Please join us for a behind-the-scenes visit with David Dike, founder and owner of David Dike’s Fine Art Gallery. David offers tips for new and experienced art collectors. . .

David Dike’s art auctions are a tradition in Texas art since 1996.

David Dike’s Texas Art auctions are fun! And there is a piece of art for everyone.

Just in case you are unable to attend the live auction, check out David Dike’s Fine Art, download an Absentee bid/phone-in bid form, and fax it in. Your bid will be working for you even while attending a college football game or lunching with friends!

Auction date & time: Saturday, November 9th, 2019; Doors open at 10:00am; bidding starts promptly at 12 Noon CST

Where: Wildman Art Framing, 1715 Market Center Boulevard

Preview the art today and Friday.