Saturday, December 13, 2008

Pink Saturday-Candy House

My contribution for Pink Saturday is this colourful candy house.

Does this candy house look so yummy to you? I love the many colours of it.

The window frames looked like sweets too.

And yes the house is made of candies.

This is actually a promotion by Visa for those who paid for their purchase at T3, Changi Airport to redeem a lucky draw and a chance to get free candies in this candy house.
For more pinky participants, please visit Beverly of How Sweet The Sound.

14 comments:

richies said...

What a pretty gingerbread house. My wife helped my granddaughter decorate a gingerbread house for Christmas.

An Arkie's Musings

Lochlanina said...

Happy Pink Saturday. :-)
(your posts about the various wedding customs are fascinating)

Kitem said...

Hi Alice, I haven't visited for quite sometimes, sorry, this candy house looks yummy, yes, but a bit too big for human stomach! lol, always Changi Airport decorations are interesting and beautiful looking.

alicesg said...

Thank you all for the visit and nice comments. Glad that you all like the posts on wedding. :)

g said...

Lovely candy house, perfect for Christmas!

Have a great Pink SAturday!

CC said...

Such a sweet candy house. Happy Pink Saturday.

Buttercream Cottage said...

I love this. Wish I could see it in person.

Stephanie said...

That is so cute!!

Happy Pink Saturday!

Stephanie

Smilingsal said...

It's so big! Happy Pink Saturday!

Lara said...

oh, I always liked these houses! so yummie!

the donG said...

that's huge! i hope it's edible. hehehe..

Beverly said...

Ooh, what could be more scrumptious than a pink candy house.

Happy Pink Saturday, Alice.

Joy said...

It's awesome! I bet it is fantastic to see it in person.

alicesg said...

Thank you all for the visit.

Dong, yes it is made of candy and edible but for hygiene purposes they dont allowed it to be eaten.