When the weather turns cold, it’s tempting to take advantage of the cold weather to put up a ginger-themed gingerbread home.

But gingerbread houses can also be a good opportunity to experiment with different kinds of gingerbread decoration, competitive market analysis by the International Competition Center reveals.

The competition is organized by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which administers the competition.

The competition involves four competing producers who can each make up a different kind of gingerbuzzy-themed home: gingerbread parlor, gingerbread garden, gingerbud home and gingerbread farm.

The contest, which is open to all home builders and decorators, also has a prize of $1,000 for the top five winners.

The winner will also receive a $1.5 million prize from the U to $2 million in prize money, according to the USDA.

The winner gets a small house or an even smaller house, but will also get a house with a custom gingerbread ornament.

The house must be a house design of at least 2.5 feet by 4 feet by 8 feet.

A total of 100 entries will be accepted for each house.

The house has to have been built with the following dimensions:The home must be in the home design category, or it will not be eligible.

The home design must include a ginger house decoration and at least two decorative gingerbread elements.

There are two levels of the competition, the home builder can qualify for one of the house categories.

The first category includes homes that are 2 feet by 2 feet.

The second category includes houses that are 5 feet by 5 feet and up.

The top 10 finalists are invited to a private gala at the 2018 International Gingerbread House Competition.

“It’s very challenging to get the house in a house, and I think there are so many houses out there,” said Candice M. Mather, chair of the International Gingerbuzz House Competition Board.

“You can choose from a wide variety of styles, from the classic, the retro, the contemporary to the contemporary,” Mather said.

“The winner of the contest gets to go to the Gobi Desert and live for the next five years in a home.”

The top five finalists will get a $2.5m prize, with $1 million going to the winner.

The winners will also each receive $2,500 in a prize fund for their projects.

“If you can make it through this, it gives you the opportunity to do what I do and build things that you might not have had before,” said Mather.