We Found The Perfect Gift For Suri Cruise! Would You Spend $15,000 On A Gingerbread House Made Of Sugary Sweets?

Mon, October 18, 2010 10:15am EDT by Add first Comment

Courtesy of Neiman MarcusTake a look at this! The Neiman Marcus Christmas book has a new fantasy gift that will have your kid falling into a sugar coma!

The most-decadent gift this holiday season is definitely a giant candy playhouse — made of yummy gingerbread and tasty treats! The edible gingerbread playhouse (which is 6.6 feet high by 5.25 feet wide by 4.1 feet deep) is made by the expert confectioners at Dylan’s Candy Bar is featured as a fantasy gift in the Neiman Marcus 2010 Christmas book! And you can get this delicious dwelling for your children for the low, low price of $15,000! Totally affordable and totally worth every penny, right?

The whimsical sugar shack features 381 pounds of gingerbread, 571 pounds of frosting and thousands of cookies, candies and other goodies. The house is artfully designed with gumdrops, giant cookies, mints, lollipops, gummies and, of course, a delectable candy-encrusted gingerbread roof!  The idea for the sugary space came from the mind of CEO and self-proclaimed Candy Queen Dylan Lauren, who was inspired as a child when she watched the classic movie Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory! Ahh, now anyone — with $15,000 to spare — can get a golden ticket into a delicious house of yummy goodness!

All we here at Hollybaby.com want to know is how long this thing will take to eat? And what kind of parent would actually buy their kids a playhouse made of sugary sweets?! Talk about childhood obesity…

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