Originally Posted by Blooie
Katie asked me if I could spray my chicken coop with hairspray so I could keep it "forever and ever." Um, that would be a no, Bug! Where the heck did she get that idea?
Katie is one smart gal - I think you can spray it with acrylic protector and keep it for at least a few years?
Found this on a google:
If you don't plan on eating your gingerbread house, you can spray it with a clear lacquer (available at craft or hardware stores). It may take several coats. If you spray it with lacquer, seal tightly with plastic wrap, and store in a cool dry place, you may be able to preserve your gingerbread house up to a year. Properly sealed and protected, it is actually possible to keep a gingerbread house up to a year.
Edited by sunflour - 12/23/15 at 8:36am