The Pioneer Woman's Mercantile has a special display this holiday season.

Perri Ormont Blumberg
December 1, 2017

From Dahlonega, Georgia to Walt Disney World, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Ever since we were little, we've loved the magic of assembling and icing our own gingerbread house almost as much as we love eating them.

Now, our eyes have been treated to a sugar-dusted feast with Ree Drummond's The Pioneer Woman Mercantile creating an intricately detailed gingerbread replica of the beloved Pawhuska, Oklahoma general store.

The beautiful culinary display features bright pops of color like yellow, red, green, and what appears to be golden lights for trimming around the roof. "Our bakers at @pwmercantile have just spent the past week-plus constructing a Gingerbread Merc, and it is quite possibly the best thing I've ever seen," the Merc matriarch writes on her Instagram. "Great job Virginia, Elizabeth, and the whole Merc bakery team--you've filled the place with so much Christmas cheer! I'm singing 'Silver Bells' nonstop." Now, if only the baking crew would divulge their template.