This 'Up' House Made Of Gingerbread And Jellybeans Takes Christmas To The Next Level

Carl and Russell would love this.

Gingerbread houses are pretty awesome -- a holiday staple, the architectural desserts have been built since the 15th century in Germany. Those deliciously edible homes have a long and storied history, just like Carl Fredricksen does in "Up."

Instagram user @_katerpie_ snapped an unnamed Milwaukee Area Technical College student's creation of the very house Carl Fredricksen attaches thousands of balloons to in the Pixar movie.

Seen at the Milwaukee Public Market, the house's intricate roof, graham cracker sidewalk and jelly bean balloons make it the Christmas gift no one knew they needed.

See the tasty creation below.

H/T Seventeen