little putz church…continued

When we last visited the little Putz church, it had been affixed to its base.

Putz church

The next step was to add some bottle brush trees. I decorated the larger tree with a sunburst topper (a charm turned upside down) and a garland of gold beads. I cut a few beads off the beaded garland and glued them to the smaller tree.

little Putz church

I felt it needed more glam, so I added tinsel to the roof line and over the door and windows.

little Putz church

little Putz church

Hot glue made a good sidewalk. After it dried, I painted it white and sprinkled it with fine glitter.

little Putz church

I added a third bottle brush tree and embellished the church yard with gold colored bits and bobs.

little Putz church

little Putz church

little Putz church

little Putz church

I like the way it turned out. I wish I could find more of the little charms like the one I used as a star on the larger bottle brush tree. I spent time today searching the internet, but can’t find a source. I don’t know where I got the one I used. I’ve had it in my stash for years. It was in a set of six charms in three different styles. It was probably bought for scrapbooking.

little Putz church

Here are links to the other two posts about this little Putz church.

#1 A fence for the little Putz church
#2 Little Putz church



  1. Genny
    Posted March 16, 2016 at 9:50 pm | Permalink

    The gold is nice!

  2. Posted March 17, 2016 at 8:59 am | Permalink

    I love all the details on this house. It just got better and better! I will have to try the hot glue sidewalk on my next house. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Posted March 17, 2016 at 9:24 am | Permalink

    Genny, thanks! It always amazes me how many shades of “gold” there are. Some didn’t work, some did. 🙂

  4. Posted March 17, 2016 at 9:25 am | Permalink

    Kathie, thanks for your comment! So glad you like the Putz church. I enjoyed working on it.

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