CLEVELAND — Christmas may be over. But that didn't stop one Cleveland resident from putting some leftover gingerbread to good use.
Taking to Twitter on Thursday, 27-year-old Sarah Wagner shared an incredible rendition of Cleveland's 52-story Terminal Tower. The Wadsworth native's display not only includes full lighting, but the ability to change the color of the lighting, as the Terminal Tower often does.
Wagner tweeted pictures of her creation to the Terminal Tower's official Twitter account, @TowerLightsCLE, which retweeted her post with a simple reply: "I LOVE IT!!!"
Cleveland resident creates incredible gingerbread Terminal Tower
According to Twitter, Wagner's original post has generated more than 36,000 views, 42 retweets and 375 likes in the first 15 hours since being posted. Wagner told 3News that she makes a special gingerbread display ever year -- last year, she recreated the house from "A Christmas Story" -- but decided to share this year's creation on social media after the urging of her friends.
"It's ornate, it's got history to it. And the way they light it up," Wagner said of her decision to recreate the Terminal Tower. "It's just like a jewel of the city."
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