It Aint Over Til It’s Over

And it’s over when Montclair resident Lisa Lorms, a scenic designer, holds her annual New Year’s Day party to destroy her seasonal gingerbread masterpiece. This year was the Great Wall of China. Below, how it looked before. Click here to see how it looked coming down. Photos by Tamima Friedman, real estate agent and longtime chronicler of gingerbread construction projects.

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13 COMMENTS

  1. FYI,the whole construction is filled with candy – so the spoils include much more than just the icing and candy laden gingerbread! It’s our family’s most coveted invitation all year long.

  2. I know what the next yr’s ginger bread house is, but it’s suppossed to be a secret! You’ll just have to wait and see…

  3. I know what the next yr’s ginger bread house is, but it’s suppossed to be a secret! You’ll just have to wait and see…

  4. I know what the next yr’s ginger bread house is, but it’s suppossed to be a secret! You’ll just have to wait and see…

  5. I know what the next yr’s ginger bread house is, but it’s suppossed to be a secret! You’ll just have to wait and see…

  6. Come on, Beryl, you can trust me. Just write it down real nice like in that little box on the page… I won’t show it to anybody.

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