candy cottage



I am very proud to present my Hansel & Gretel Candy Cottage. I’ve tried to add as much detail as possible, from the liquorish and cotton candy trees, to the frosting roof, waffle cone walls, gum drop garden, peppermint walkway, cake pop decoration, macaroon door frame, and the frosted pretzel window. When I was finished, I thought it would be fun to make it into a postcard with the Witch presenting her sweet house in a sinister way. I made the text and added in the Candy Witch

I hope you enjoy!

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Here are my Hansel & Gretel designs. The top picture is of the twins at the beginning of the story. The bottom  picture is of the twins when they arrive at the Candy Cottage and the witch dresses them in clothes made of candy.

Gretel is tough kid and is very skeptical when they are greeted by the Candy Witch.

Hansel loves a good accessory and is thrilled to be decked out by the Candy Witch.

Candy cottages of lost woods wonder

Folk are so quick to force black to stick, shunning colors-bright (even when they may be the colors-right).

Remember the candy cottage with every hue that stands to this day, owned by a wicked witch of the woods. Hold haughty tones in your voice when speaking towards another’s color choice.

Black is fine and dandy, but for some, we prefer the colors and shimmers of the brightest candy.