Holiday Glitter Houses

This past weekend, I went into the city for a little holiday cheer. My favorite shop to visit this time of year is ABC Home — it’s like one solid glittery festival of holiday spirit. In addition to some gifts for my aunts, I picked up a cute pink holiday house ornament that has become my favorite piece of decoration this year. It’s tiny, sparkly and has inspired me to try making my own little village of colorful houses next year. In addition to my pink house, ABC Home has a great selection of glittery homes in their shop on Broadway. They’re not selling them online anymore, but if you’re in the shop, be sure to check them out in person; they’ve been marked down in price already, so they’re a great last-minute holiday steal. xo, grace

  1. Judith Lento says:

    They are called putz houses and are of German origin. Just look them on the internet. There are sites with instructions on building them or for purchase from German gift sites.

  2. Good post. I learn something new and challenging on sites I stumbleupon everyday.
    It’s always exciting to read content from other writers and practice something from their websites.

  3. eligiav says:

    This ornament is really beautiful I have some copies and they look great . Thanks for share.

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