- The competition is open to everyone including Indian Pueblo Cultural Center employees and their families.
- Teen and Youth entrants may receive adult supervision in the baking of the gingerbread; however
the entry submitted must be designed, constructed and decorated solely by the entrant listed on the Entry Form.

- Except for the base, entries must be made primarily of gingerbread and composed completely of edible
products. Edible materials are not limited to sweets. No articial display materials, such as Styrofoam or
interior lighting, are to be used in the construction of the house. Candies must be unwrapped and free
of any inedible materials (such as lollipop sticks).

- The Gingerbread entry is not to exceed 3 feet in height, 3 feet in width, or 3 feet in depth, including
the board used as a base.
- The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center reserves the right to refuse any entry it deems inappropriate for display,
to disqualify any competitor who fails to follow the Rule and Procedures contained herein and/or to
disqualify any competitor who falsies any information which is submitted on this entry form.
- Plywood, ½ “or ¾ “, is suggested for use as a base for your entry.

- Popular vote will be during regular museum hours. All proceeds from popular voting will be used to further
fund the Pueblo House Interactive Museum activities at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center