a colorful christmas village is my fave

December 5, 2012

YAMF Holiday Handmade is sponsored by Kollabora, the community for makers.
you are my fave: wooden cut-out village
I think a few of these cut-out villages would be perfect lined up along a mantle. Maybe in all white? Or with color with some added snow and mini figurines.

To make your own you’ll need:
- thin sheet of wood (like balsa)
- razor blade
- acrylic paint
- double sided tape
- light strip (this one’s from IKEA)

Step One: Create a village pattern out of paper and trace it onto your sheet of wood.
Step Two: Carefully cut it out with razor blade.

you are my fave: wooden cut-out village
Step Three: Paint in colors of your choosing.
Step Four: Adhere to light strip with double sided tape.
Step Five: Plug in for a little festive glow.
you are my fave: wooden cut-out village

images by Jennifer Little of Sugar Photography

9 Comments »

 
  • On December 5, 2012 , Joy | Frock Files said:

    These little houses look so happy! I love this simple project — and that it’ll last through the years.

  • On December 5, 2012 , Chloe Moon said:

    Absolutely adorable!! I love how you can easily personalize this and make it your own! Cute! =)

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  • On December 5, 2012 , Diane @ home sweet homemade said:

    perfectly charming xoxo love this sweet idea!

  • On December 5, 2012 , little kitchie said:

    how darling! love this!

  • On December 5, 2012 , Gina said:

    You might be able to make these from those stiff felt sheets that have a sticky back.

  • On December 5, 2012 , Lexy said:

    Oh my. This is the sweetest ltitle thing. I need a mantle to throw this on top of. Nice work. :)

  • On December 6, 2012 , Ali W. said:

    I LOVE this!! So darling!

  • On December 7, 2012 , Johanna said:

    Oh my gosh! I can’t wait to make one of these. I love Christmas villages of any sort. Thank you!

  • On December 7, 2012 , Fresh Find Friday & A Sweet Paul Giveaway : The Proper Pinwheel said:

    [...] A most festive and simple Christmas village. [...]

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