little Putz church

In my last post, I left the little Putz church fenced and ready to be affixed to the base.

building a fence for a Putz house

I had planned to glue the church to the base, but decided to add some window panes first. I found this Christmas card that had a piece of transparent acetate as the window pane.

window from a Christmas card

windows for the Putz church

I removed the acetate for use as the windows in the church.

windows for the Putz church

I cut pieces to fit the windows, making one long enough to cover the door and the hole above it and the other to fit the window and the hole above it. A separate piece was cut to cover the window in the bell tower.

windows for the Putz church

I used hot glue to attach these to the inside of the building. I like the way it turned out.

windows for the Putz church

windows for the Putz church

The next step was to attach the church to the base. I started by pinning the church in place. I set it to the back of the base to leave plenty of room for adding a bottle brush tree and any other embellishments I want to add.

windows for the Putz church

windows for the Putz church

I put hot glue all around the base of the church.

windows for the Putz church

After the glue dried completely, I pulled the pins, painted the glue white and then gave it a second coat with paint mixed with white glue and a little sand. While the paint was still wet, I sprinkled it with fine glitter.

windows for the Putz church

Now the church is ready to embellish.

Putz church

Here are links to tutorials I’ve written regarding fences for Putz houses, also called little glitter houses.

Making Fences for Putz Houses

Making Fence Posts for Putz Houses

Attaching Putz Fences and Fence Posts to the Base

My Putz houses and churches are featured in my Etsy shop. ChristmasNotebook

~~Rhonda

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