Candy By Candy

Photos by Brittney Lohmiller/The Herald
Helena Cooper of Jasper, center, and her son Laurence, 4, right, began to coat his gingerbread house with frosting while his brothers, Martin, 9, left, and Francis, 6, delicately applied frosting to their houses at the Jasper Public Library Annex on Wednesday evening. Twenty-one gingerbread houses were assembled the night before for families to adorn the houses’ exteriors with candy including Twizzlers, gum drops, M&Ms, candy canes and pretzels.

 

Martin Cooper of Jasper, 9, used Chex cereal pieces to make shingles on his gingerbread house.

 

Traycen Haase of Ireland, 5, added pretzels to his gingerbread house sides with help from his grandmother, Donna Haase of Jasper.

 

Britni Erny, from left, helped her son, Hunter, 5, add M&Ms to his house while Addison Owens of Ireland, 10, added more frosting to her house and Donna Haase of Jasper helped her grandson Traycen of Ireland, 5, decorate his house.



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