Saturday, December 11, 2010

Vintage Putz Christmas

More Putz houses. This is a batch of genuine vintage houses from Japan. I hit the mother load while thrifting the other day. These beauties were in a bag marked 3.00. I scooped them up as fast as I could. I got the pretty mirrored vanity tray there too for only 2.00. Right now I'm using it to display these beauties. But I have plans for this later on. Roses, roses roses! LOL I love how some of these houses have a bit of pink. My youngest and I especially love the one that looks like a castle.
I am loving these pink mercury glass styled trees I found at Michael's craft store. So pretty. I think I need to go back for more. I can't resist their sweetness!
Enjoy the beauty around you.
Today I am linking up with:


Fish Tail Cottage said...

so pretty! I am loving your new little homes....lucky you for coming upon suck a find! The church is my favorite & thanks for the tip about those murcury trees...gonna have to go peek to see if they have any in my area? xoxo

JoAnne said...

What a find! Lucky you!

Brambleberry Cottage said...

The mother lode, indeed! How exciting to find such treasures while thrifting. They're fabulous! I would love to have you link these beauties to my Time Travel party:

Please be sure to come by and enter my fantastic year-end giveaway, too. Click the picture in my sidebar for details.

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage

Donnie said...

Your houses are so lovely. Happy Pink Saturday.

Jennifer said...

Happy Pink sat,Wow don't u just LOVE thrifting?I sure do.I wish I could find some putz houses around here.I keep looking but no luck so far.Merry Christmas and HP sat,Jen

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

You did hit the mother load with those houses! They are so sweet!! I love them. Have a few myself!!

Debbie @ A Debbie-Dabble Christmas

mo said...

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Pat said...

Beautiful pinks! Happy Pink Saturday.

Rose Brier Studio said...

I love the cottages! My son will be home for Christmas soon and we'll pull out ours to brighten the house.
Happy Pink Saturday,

Janet said...

How fortunate to have found those adorable glitter houses! They are the sweetest ever!

Cozy Home Scenes said...

I loved those little pink trees when I saw them at Michael's. I debated getting them, but not knowing where I'd put them, I past those up.

I like how you have a whole collection of the houses. I too like the castle just because it looks so different than what we normally see with these type houses. Happy Pink Saturday!

Char said...

You got very lucky that day, congratulations on your find. What a treasure, Char

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh wow, Roselle, how sweet, precious--and amazing that you found it--you are so lucky!!! And I love your pink tree too. Happy Holidays to you!!!

Cabin and Cottage said...

Fun to see your pinks! The glass trees ARE sweet--and I can't believe what a deal you got on the little houses! I don't have any and I have always loved them. Happy Pink! Jacqueline

Pink Roses and Teacups said...

Hi Roselle,

Thanks for stopping by my blog, and for your nice comments. Love your little display. Everyone I know has those little pink trees.
I think they are tree toppers too.
I wish they would come out with pink bottle brush trees in the stores too. I was just down your way yesterday at Cottage By the Sea for lunch. have you ever been there? It's on Sylvannia Ave in Avon. Have a blessed Christmas!


Mary said...

What a find! I can tell they bring you great pleasure. I hope you have a wonderful weekend and find time to enjoy Pink Saturday. Blessings...Mary

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

Hi there~ what a delightful thrifting find! I love your little houses- so sweet and charming how you have them displayed~thank you for sharing at Feathered Nest Friday!

Susan said...

Hello Roselle,
Your blog is just lovely! I'm a new follower. You really scored on those putz houses and mirror. Thanks for visiting my new blog via VIF.
- Susan

monah said...

Wow you got lucky to find the houses & such a price.

I have always liked these. I have my Mom's set from the 1940's.


Holly- Girls At Heart said...

Hi, Roselle! I love looking through your blog! Such lovliness! (I must get me to Michael's and get one of those pink mercury looking trees! Eeek! ♥

Debra@Common Ground said...

I DO love that PINK in these houses! Putz houses are some of my favorite Christmas goodies! Thanks so much for linking up for the party!

Elyse said...

oh, roselle, how adorable!!! what a score.

thank you so much for your comment on my blog. everyone's sharing is so touching to me, especially at this time.

thank you again ~


House Revivals said...

I know it's wrong to be jealous. But. I am SO JEALOUS! $3???? That is so amazing. Love your name, by the way, we have a version of the name in our family -- "Rosella" -- it's been a family name for generations.

Bunny Rose Cottage said...

Sooo pretty Roselle! I love Putz houses :) Merry Christmas sweetie :)

Lindy said...

Lovely! I love your little houses and the pink tree as well!

Fabulous Finds Studio/Boutique said...

My had a similar perfume tray when I was growing up, I wish she still had it!
Love the houses, I can't believe how much you paid :)
Have a Merry Christmas!

Jenn Erickson said...

Sheesh...what an incredible find! I adore vintage Putz houses and have a few in my collection. I love setting up a whimsical winter scene every year. This year I used the winter village templates from Martha Stewart and tried my hand at making my own Putz houses. The results were quite charming!


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