30 responses

  1. Lisa
    December 17, 2010

    You made these?!! I am stunned. This is incredible. WOW. They are so beautiful. You could make money with this. Just gorgeous.

  2. Howard Lamey
    December 17, 2010

    i’m impressed with what you’ve done with the free patterns, plans and instructions you found on my site…and on http://www.bigindoortrains.com

    you did everything right…especially your own personal touches…now you have got to make some Easter and Halloween theme pieces…same patterns…just different colors…

    couldn’t help but notice…those led votive lights in baby bottle nipples?…

    my very best regards…Howard

  3. oneshabbychick
    December 17, 2010

    So impressive! I’ve always loved these and am especially into the idea of making my own. I found the great info on Big Indoor Trains but just have never gotten my you-know-what together. You’ve inspired me! Beautiful job!

  4. Danielle
    December 17, 2010

    I have always love these little paper houses. Yours are adorable.

  5. Emily C.
    December 17, 2010

    First of all thank you for stopping by my blog and for your kind words. Your houses are so lovely! I have plans to make more for sure. I have a feeling I will be stopping by your blog often! Happy Holidays!

  6. Debbie
    December 17, 2010

    O My!! I can’t beleive you made these! They are just wonderful! I LOVE them!!

    Thanks so much for sharing the site on how to make them!

    Merry Christmas!!

    Debbie

  7. Ruth
    December 17, 2010

    I love these houses. They are beautiful. I love how you have accessorized them. What a beautiful setting.

    Ruth

  8. Cheryl~ZanyMayd
    December 18, 2010

    I Love these Sweet Village houses ~ all the detail & the glitter are such a Delight….. thanks for sharing

  9. Veronica
    December 19, 2010

    You made all of them out of cereal boxes??!!! WOW, great job! It’s a beautiful Christmas Village. Thanks you for sharing!

  10. Kim
    December 19, 2010

    These are fabulous!!! I was going to make my own set. But I ended up finding some on clearance last year. But I still think it would be fun to make some. You did a fantastic job.

  11. Jeanne
    December 19, 2010

    I saw this on Tatertots and Jello and was blown away! This project is absolutely stunning and I had to pop over and tell you so. What a beautiful project and I love every thing about it. It’s hard to believe something so beautiful started from humble beginnings.

    Thank you SO much for sharing. I’ve bookmarked this page and the links you provided. I would love to try this for myself (not sure if I can make it work, but the resources are saved).

    Merry Christmas!

  12. Andi
    December 19, 2010

    Oh my goodness!!! I am in love! Awesome job! These are so sparkly and magical looking. I think I will give these a try next year, thanks so much for sharing!

  13. garyandjoannejones@gmail.com
    December 19, 2010

    My husband,gary, has a set of very old putz houses and they are a treasure to him. Thank for sharing your wonderful village. I will certainly try my hand at them.Joanne December 19,2010

  14. Sarah
    December 19, 2010

    I am absolutely in LOVE with these little houses. I wanted some vintage ones but they are hard to find. Making them out of cereal boxes is the perfect solution. I’ll get started on my village for next year! Thanks so much for sharing. Happy Holidays!
    Sarah

  15. Becki @ Humble Bee
    December 19, 2010

    Do you ever just want to pat yourself on the back? You did amazingly wonderful! No wonder you were so excited to dig them out of the box and set them up. As a child we had these on our tree and they were always my favorite. So glad I found these thanks for sharing and providing us with Howard’s link with info. Did not know they were called Putz houses.
    We used to live in Ottawa but in order to be closer to family we decided to move and now live in Saint John, NB.
    Again, excellent work!
    Love, Peace & Joy!
    ~Becki

  16. Nilda
    December 19, 2010

    These are absolutely gorgeous! I can’t believe you made them all – so professional looking. I am going to try my hand on making one next year. Thank you so much for sharing your expertise and links.

  17. Heather
    December 19, 2010

    They’re even better when they’re sitting on your mantel at home :) Dannyelle, these are so beautiful; I love having them out as we get ready to celebrate Christmas. You are amazing!

  18. Janet
    December 22, 2010

    I absolutely love these. I have a few houses (not Putz) that I have bought, but I am determined to make many of these for next season. I am saving your tutorial. I hope mine look as good as yours. Thanks for sharing.

  19. Sandi
    December 22, 2010

    I’ve been looking at these for the last couple of weeks and you have some of the nicest ones I’ve seen. Great job!

  20. Christy Bohlen
    December 24, 2010

    I love these beautiful glitter houses. What a beautiful creative idea! Thank you for sharing! I am now a faithful follower..what a fantastic blog!

  21. ~~Rhonda
    January 11, 2011

    Dannyelle, your houses are beautiful! You did a great job with the details and paint colors. Have you made more since these? ~~Rhonda

  22. kaye
    September 14, 2011

    Must say that I am totally enchanted! Yours are more beautiful than any antiques that I have seen and now I want to get started. Thanks

  23. Brenda
    November 13, 2011

    What an amazing blog! You did a wonderful job with the houses. Will be back.

    Thanks!

    Brenda

  24. Deanna
    November 23, 2011

    WOW! This is anazing. Thank you for sharing it. A lot of hard work and thought must have been put into this.

  25. Ellen
    December 4, 2011

    These are absolutely adorable and definitely make you think of Christmas! Glad you shared. Merry Christmas!

  26. Pam from Louisville
    December 6, 2012

    I’ve spent a fortune at the Home Goods Store buying houses that look very much like yours. The houses I bought were just cardboard with paint and glitter and snow. I think I’ll try to make some too and save mega bucks. Thanks for posting this for us.

  27. alice
    January 14, 2013

    Beautiful! Several yrs. ago my husband made miniature versions of the old Hereford depot, barns, stalls, and other landmarks in our town fr. matchboxes and cereal boxes. They were so well-made and realistic-looking that I share them with the 3rd gr. classes when they make their own villages for Social Studies. Your little houses reminded me of his “town”and farm. Keep up the good work. You are so talented!

  28. cjduck8069
    October 18, 2013

    Really beautiful job–sweet, sweet, sweet.

  29. donna
    January 28, 2014

    these are beautiful! hope i will be able to make them for each grandchild.

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