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Adventure Time Gingerbread Candy Kingdom: More Edible than Mathematical

by Conner Flynn
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If you are a fan of the Cartoon Network show Adventure Time, then you know that Finn and Jake are always adventuring in and around the Candy Kingdom. They don’t ever seem tempted to eat the kingdom however, which is weird, because it is obviously delicious.
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Now the candy kingdom has come to life and it is even more tasty. Redditor IHaveAFluffyCat wanted to bring this sweet kingdom to life so she created a sugary masterpiece called the Gingerbread Candy Kingdom.

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The entire thing is edible, with lots of nice details like the lickable Gumball Guardians and the fluffy cotton candy trees. It’s a nice place to visit with my mouth, but I wouldn’t want to live there.

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You can check out more images of the making of this masterpiece here.

[via io9 via Neatorama]

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