The Girl Scout Gingerbread House
The most wonderful time of the year got sweeter in December as an interactive and edible experience opened for Girl Scout Central. The Girl Scout Gingerbread House was created by CEO of RaceYa, Abigail Edgecliffe-Johnson. The house is over 2 feet tall, nearly 3 feet wide and contains 80 cups of flour, 16 cups of molasses and a “Buddy the Elf” quantity of sugar.
The house showcases a ‘cookie finder’ game which was designed specifically to highlight the newest Girl Scout cookie, Adventurefuls, all while running on a custom website built to control the lights on the house and teach visitors a bit of trivia about Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low.
The house is on display at Girl Scouts Central, 420 5th Ave (off 37th), New York City, through January.