The New Provo City Center Temple—In Gingerbread

by | Dec. 18, 2015

FunMormon Life

Just weeks before the Provo City Center Temple open house begins, a Springville family constructed a small replica of the LDS building in the form of gingerbread and other tasty treats.

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Jackie Snelson said her mother built the Provo Tabernacle out of gingerbread several years ago. In honor of her mother — who has since died — and the upcoming opening of the temple, Snelson executed a plan to build the gingerbread temple with her family.

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The temple stands nearly three feet tall and is three feet wide and two feet deep, according to Snelson's husband, Mike.

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