As promised, more from Matthew's utterly charming Easter putz and more displays...we love all this pastel goodness!
They're followed by one of our favorite scenes from Lady J's antique doll collection--very early, and in superb condition. Click on the photos and enjoy.
And in case you missed it, the amazing 2014 Christmas putz display and more from Linda's aunt http://bit.ly/19BP7hm
Yes Virginia, we found the putz church pattern you've been looking for, inspired by the 2003 "House of the Month"; it comes from Howard Lamey of littleglitterhouses.com You'll find it at the CARDBOARD CHRISTMAS forums: http://www.cardboardchristmas.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=618
And remember if you're feeling adventurous enough to make your own putz houses from the simple to the sublime...
The motherlode of all patterns and templates can be found here http://bit.ly/LeAUdF
5 facts about Yogi Berra http://bit.ly/194UBjx
Want more putz houses, coconut, windows and more? Go here for an oldie but goodie http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2013/01/fabulous-vintage-websites-finds-more-at.html
Are these dolls mignonettes? I am probably spelling that really wrong.ReplyDelete
Yes they are.Delete
Wonderful Easter village and fabulous dolls!!!ReplyDelete
That's what I call Easter decorating. In our house, the mantle was never complete without at least one sugar egg and one Ukranian egg. Does anyone remember the name of the family who owned the house on the far end of Grand Street near Lou's Tavern?Delete