Sunday

Christmas House

I am interested in displaying one of my houses with a Christmas theme. Does anyone have ideas? I would welcome your experiences.

13 comments:

Karen said...

http://storybookwoods.typepad.com/storybook_woods/2006/11/christmas_dollh.html

above is one source. I remember another blog about a woman who had an amazing dollhouse set up for Christmas and she was wondering if she could keep at it - but I cant find it - hope it strikes a chord with someone else

bonni said...

Karen- that is an awesome site. Thank you for the link. I am going to read every entry.

a pink-bee said...

I showed my little button cottage, decorated for Christmas yesterday on my blog :)
http://www.fariebees.blogspot.com

All Things Bright and Beautiful... said...

Dear clubhouse I came here via a comment left by saucy - here's a post you might enjoy :-)
villaanna.blogspot.com/2007/12/wonderful-world-of-miniatures.html

Whimsy Pink said...

Hi francie! I just love ya! your so very sweet! xoxo laura

Whimsy Pink said...

woops! sorry i thought I was on francies blog! Your blog is cute !

Anonymous said...

a pink bee: i loved your button house. it was fun to see it with the club little house stuff. thank you.bonni

raquel said...

thanks you so much for your visit!
Hey, I also build doll houses!
I will post some photos.
Your blog is lovely!

I once saw miniature christmas bulbs at ebay and I fell in love with them... I wanted to make a chrismas project too, some day.

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Rui Caetano said...

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vintage paper bella~andrea said...

I love little christmas cottages..lots of glitter and bottle brush trees with vintage mercury beads!

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