This year’s grand prize winner in the adult division came from Beatriz Muller of Innisfil, Ontario, Canada. Her take on a Gothic-style, multi-story home is elaborate and skillful.
Second place went to Glenda Tant from Lebanon, Tennessee. Her display features tiny fairies frolicking beneath a sparkling bouquet of edible poinsettia flowers.
Third place was Linda Carney of Asheville. Her sculpture depicts two gingerbread cookies baking gingerbread.
The competition also featured child, youth, and teen categories. You can see all the winners here.
The winning creations will be on display through January 5, 2017. A holiday outdoor parking program charges $10, raising money for several not-for-profit groups.