I Can't Get Over This Wildly Realistic Home Alone Gingerbread House — the Mini Kevin!

If ever there was a reason to re-create Catherine O'Hara's "Kevin!" face from Home Alone, it's this spot-on gingerbread house replica of the McCallister home. In partnership with Disney for the film's 30th anniversary, food artist and sugar sculptor Michelle Wibowo, aka Michelle Sugar Art, re-created the famous suburban Illinois home using gingerbread and icing. The house, which took over 300 hours to make, is about four feet wide and six feet long and includes 63 trees, 33 windows, 14 pizza boxes, and six lamp posts that are all entirely edible. Something tells us the American Dental Association would not approve of this much sugar, but that's not going to stop us from eating every inch of this intricately made cookie with our eyes.

"I was thrilled to work with @DisneyPlusUK on a #festive #gingerbread recreation of the Home Alone house for the 30th anniversary of its release!" Wibowo captioned an Instagram post sharing a glimpse at the elaborate house. "The house comes to life with characters and props from the movie included throughout, such as Kevin, Harry & Marv, Little Nero's Pizza delivery boxes, and even the infamous paint cans — how many can you spot?"

So far, we've spotted Kevin's treehouse, the tire swing, the famous Santa Claus wreath, and the Oh-Kay Plumbing & Heating van. But details like Kevin flying off his sled and into the nearby snow are the literal icing on the cake (or cookie, in this case). Take a closer look at the gorgeous gingerbread house here, and check out these easy Christmas cookie recipes to satisfy your sweet tooth while you hunt for all the hidden movie references.