I promised you more incredible creations from the Little House Making Craft Party. All of these lovely little Putz houses are from the second night of the party.
Gold Roof Christmas Church
The pretty little church has a wonderful roof and a pretty bottle brush forest.
Barn Putz House with a Forest of Trees
What is remarkable about the house below is how she turned the roof into a metal roof and made such a great forest of trees around her little house. Also she used some garland to make the wreath and painted stepping stones as well. I also like the smattering of snow. Oh yes, and the door. She made a wonderful door for her scene.
Shiny Roof Putz Church
Here I just love the way my friend used the new Sizzix impresslit die cuts to make the roof on this elegant Putz church. And the colors are great too.
One of my creative friends made this house by cutting out the windows from a piece of scrapbook paper with a stone pattern on it. Then she cut out a shingle pattern and landscaped the scene beautifully with tiny bottle brush trees and garland draped around the window. She also made the wonderful little wreath. And to finish it off she decorated a ribbon roll for the base with a woodland scene. I love this little house.
Little Green Bird House
I cannot remember who painted this little bird house, but the green shades are beautiful. This little house has a ribbon roll base as well. I love the fat little bird in the opening of the bird house.
Village Dwelling Putz House with a Red Bird and Clock
Elegant Black and White Putz House
Below you see an elegantly simple house. Yesterday I told you that people painted a lot of the roof black. And I had no idea how beautiful it could be for Christmas.
Glitter Painted Little House surrounded by deer and santa and the snowman
Another simple house that is very fun though. This person (and I think a child made this one) painted the house with paint and then used glitter paint on tip. I love all the creatures surrounding the house.
Red and Yellow Village Dwelling House
I love the color scheme of this little house. Roof patterns aren't that easy to cut out. But no one worried if it was perfect or not. That was the great thing.
Little house nestled in the forest
Now I just love the shiny colors and how the little house is nestled behind the trees.
Church nestled in the trees
Such a pretty setting for the little church.
Simple Little house on a snow-covered base
Ribbon Roll as the base for these Putz houses
Once again the ribbon roll bases show off the little houses.
Great Variation with the Ribbon Roll base
Here's another little Christmas house on a ribbon roll base. But the maker spent an hour or so dangling charms from the edge of the roll. It's a great way to decorate the base.
And finally, just to show you how creative the kids were, here is a diorama one of the kids made. They didn't just stop at making houses.
So those are the photos from the second night of the Little House Making Party. I hope you find them inspiring.