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Saturday, December 15, 2012

More Putz Houses

Cause I Love Em
Isn't that one great? 

Shelves full of their deliciousness.


Jil~Say It With Roses said...

These are each wonderous! I adore these little houses, too!
I am so happy I found you and I am your newest follower!

Deb said...

These are delightful. I love them.

NanaDiana said...

Those are all just beautiful- xo Diana

Unknown said...

Love them!! I have a very small collection. Cody Foster does the BEST details, etc.

Shanna768 said...

Hi Nita! I love the houses! I collect them and thought I would share mine with you!

Cindi Myers said...

Love, Love, Love them!

Shannon Fox said...

HOLY HECK! I just love these Nita... I have got to get me a few of these Qt's. Maybe next year that will be on my list. I just adore them loaded full of GLITTER :)

Happy Christmas.

Alison @ The Polohouse said...

Hi Nita!
Have always loved Putz mica houses. Something so sweet about them.
Have one little white one from my childhood. Started collecting them back a couple years ago to add to my kitchen hutches at Christmastime.

Thanks for sharing these!

Anonymous said...

Me too! Me too! I love thee little glittery sparkly houses!
Be a sweetie,
shelia ;)

Bliss said...

Those are so much prettier than the glass houses I started collecting years ago. I wonder what would happen if I just glittered the heck out of the ones I have if I would like them more?


Denise said...

I love the new pastel soft looking ones too.I have had several of the original ones handed down to me and they sure don't look anything like these new pretty ones. I'm really enjoying the beauty of the new ones.Merry Christmas and God bless you and your family. Denise

Shabby Brocante, Karen said...

What an amazing collection!! Love it.

Kit said...

Look at that shelf full! Lovely! Kit

Unknown said...

I had a putz as a child, and loved getting the little cardboard, glittery, snowy houses out each Christmas. They were fragile and had tissue paper windows.