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Guest Matilda

Did Gemmy ever make a gingerbread house?

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Guest Matilda

I guess the title of this thread explains it all... Does anyone know if Gemmy ever made a 'gingerbread house' style inflatable? Thanks!! :)

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I guess the title of this thread explains it all... Does anyone know if Gemmy ever made a 'gingerbread house' style inflatable? Thanks!! :)

As far as I know Gemmy hasn't made a complete gingerbread house. But they do make a gingerbread oven inflatable. Which I think will be the closest you will be able to get at the moment. I could be wrong though. I'm still learning about all the different inflatables too. :santasmileyitty:

Chris

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Like Ryan said, there are so many different types of inflatable houses out there. To my knowlage, they didn't make one, but that isn't to say they never did. As Chris pointed out, the inflatable oven with the gingerbread boy and girl is your best bet as for now. Who knows, Gemmy might come out with an Inflatable Gingerbread House next year.

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I have an 8' gingerbread house globe....the gingermen and gingerbreadgirl turn inside....it was a Menards inflatable 3 or 4 years ago.....it's neat.....

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Other than the oven and globe I have never saw one made by gemmy unless there is a prototype out there somewhere...

There was a gingerbread house inflatable sold a few years ago in a canadian store...I don't remember who made it...but it was not a gemmy...I can't find a picture of it...

Here is the globe...

file?id=511214

The oven...

file?id=853382

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Other than the oven and globe I have never saw one made by gemmy unless there is a prototype out there somewhere...

There was a gingerbread house inflatable sold a few years ago in a canadian store...I don't remember who made it...but it was not a gemmy...I can't find a picture of it...

Here is the globe...

file?id=511214

The oven...

file?id=853382

Jen. Either it's me but i can't see your pictures all im seeing is red "X"

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Guest Matilda

Thanks guys!

I was looking for something to anchor my 'Candyland'... I don't care too much for the globe inflatables... they spend all the time fogged up here in PA... I like the look of the house part of that one... I'll have to wait to see if Gemmy comes out with a proper gingerbread house in the next few years.

Thanks again!

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