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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

The Last of the Putz Houses

Oh how I adore Putz houses! There are so many ways to display them.

Under cloches.

SaturdayFinds - Vintage-Inspired Gifts, Timeless Treasures and More!: Some Favorite Inspirations:

Nestled on a sideboard.

Vintage Poodles and Pastel Pink Putz Houses and Bottle Brush Christmas Trees:

Placed on a mantel.

House of Whimsy: 'Before and After' Glitter Houses AND...a fun new way to store your glitter.:

Or stacked on tiered tables.

Cody Foster Folk Art, Putz Houses  and his trees on a round 2 tier table we designed and constructed to showcase his vintage houses.  There is an antique feather tree in the middle of it, coming out of the top tier full of vintage Christmas ornaments!:

This year I have created just nine wee houses.

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They are quite the time investment. Truly a labor of love.

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I have come to the last bits of my supply of vintage embellishments .

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So these will be the last of the houses.

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You can find them in the Etsy Shoppe.



Dawna Motz said...

They are beautiful wee Christmas treasures! and even more special because you made them !! Have a wonderful day,,,we woke up to snow on the ground today!

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh my word, these are so fabulous and they are such works of art. Gorgeous

Chloe Crabtree said...

These are so beautiful, I can see that these are really a labor of love, with so much time and detail put into these beautiful houses! I would love it if you would stop by and share this over at Celebrate it Sunday! The party stays open until Saturday and I am sure my readers would love to see these. I am sharing these over at FB and Twitter and pinning these!

Deb Lindahl said...

These houses are treasures! And would look great on any mantel (spelled correctly as a shelf above fireplace ;))
You are inspiring!!

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Each one is a unique and lovely treasure!

Do you know why they are called Putz houses? Was someone named Putz the first one to manufacture them or something? Just wondering - never paid attention to the term till this week when I have seen it several times over.

Katie Mansfield said...

Adorable. I received my ornament. It is so sweet. These are sweet too.

Fairhope Supply Co. said...

A house covered in glitter . . . my dream come true!

Auntie Em said...

They are all so pretty! I loved these glittered sugary little houses when I was a child and remember seeing them on the Christmas tree. I would try to peek in the pretty cellophane windows to see if I could get a glimpse of what must surely be a magical world inside it! :)

Thank you for sharing your sweet treasures. :)

Sarah said...

Laura, your little homes are exquisite. I've a grouping that a friend gifted me several years ago. She had created a little village for the centerpiece for a birthday celebration she and two other friends hosted for me. My dear friend is no longer with us, so the little village has become a real treasure.