December 7, 2010

Gitty for Glitter Houses

You may remember the glitter church I made for my mom right before Thanksgiving.

I it seems I was just getting warmed up.

This morning I finished this. . .

I was able to create the design by taking different elements I liked from previous creations.

Glittered trees and a deer adds a nice touch I think.

I'll be making a few more for friends as gifts this Christmas.

This one I'll keep!

I've placed her in my hutch and I think she works wonderful here.

Now if you'll excuse me . . .

I've got glittering to do!


(Please let me know if you would be interested in seeing a tutorial on how to make one of your own!)

Linked up to . . .
Dare to DIY

Centsational Girl:  Christmas Craft Linky Party

The DIY Show Off


  1. I would love to see a tutorial. I'll go check out your one from before Thanksgiving too.

  2. I think it would look great at MY house!! ha, ha
    I LOVE it!! It's soooo beautiful!!

  3. Robin, I had to come back and comment again. I just scrolled through your blog and we have alot of similarities in decorating styles. I also slipcovered my couch-only in denim, did beadboard in my powder room and also collect red and white enamel ware. I love your ideas!

  4. I love all things glittered so ur church is perfect

  5. Your houses turned out beautifully!! You did a great job! Thanks for your sweet comment on my blog about my little "packer backer" grandson!! I am now a new follower! Julie

  6. These are so pretty! You have a gift for glitter, it seems. My new Cricut cartridge has house cut outs for 3-d villages. You've inspired me to try it out.

  7. PS - Thanks for linking to Dare to DIY. I can always count on you to have a fabulous project to share.

  8. Cute! I always love seeing these in Christmas decor and it's even better that you made your own! Great job!

  9. I really like this one too. Great Job!!!

  10. The silver and white glitter combination is so very pretty! I can see why you want to keep this one for yourself! Do you use Martha Stewart glitter? I would love to see a tutorial!

  11. I would love to see the tutorial for these adorable glitter houses.

  12. Oh yes, give us a tutorial! They are fabulous!

  13. I love this~ such a sweet house and I love the little deer! It would be so fun to make for gifts! I'd like to learn how, too!

  14. I love the silver and white color combination--very pretty.

  15. I love these too! And your looks soo professional!
    Yes, I would like to see a tutorial. I have been wanting to make my own little village, and I would love mine to turn out as well as yours.
    Thanks for sharing.
    ~ Julie

  16. Soooo beautiful! I love glitter houses too. The ones I make, the ones I buy and find in my travels. Yours are adorable.

  17. Charming, that's a lot of glitter, it looks fabulous!

  18. I love, love, love these! I am AMAZED that you make them! Yes, I would love a tutorial but I don't think I could stop if I started making them. :)

  19. I would also love to try this...I have 3 cheese dome cloche's that are empty and waiting for something beautiful!

  20. I would love the tutorial on how to make these please!

  21. I came across your glitter house church this morning while looking for a template for one I made last year that looks just like yours. I started to write a blog on it today and realized that I had no idea where I found the template last year. All the others I've blogged on so far I've been able to furnish a link back to a template if someone wants to do one. I put "glitter house church" in google today and came up with your image of it. Do you know where you found the template?
    I've enjoyed looking around your site. You are a very talented lady. Isn't it great that everyone can now share ideas and photos!!


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