Hello sweet friends and happy Friday!! I am almost finished with my week of Posts of Christmas Past and I saved two of my favorites for last.
Today, I’m sharing this mini Christmas village I found at the thrift store for $6:
It’s no secret that I love all things Christmas village. You can visit my treasured Christmas Village collection HERE if you like.
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I started by priming this set using Rustoleum spray primer:
Next, I spray painted them using Rustoleum Robin’s Egg:
Then to give these sweet houses some sparkle, I added a little glitter from Hobby Lobby as soon as I sprayed the second coat of Robin’s Egg…
I only added a dusting of glitter from above. This glitter came from Hobby Lobby.
You already know that I planned on painting them, but what do you think about the blue??
Why not? Add a little faux snow and voila…Christmas, coastal style!
You could paint them any color that inspires your Holiday decor. How cute would they be in pink?
They look pretty on this tray I bought at Hobby Lobby a couple of years ago.
I found the trees at Walmart, sold individually.
The dollar store usually has tiny houses every year if you wanted to create your own miniature painted village!
And this season, it got a lovely spread in Country Sampler’s Farmhouse Christmas Magazine:
If you missed any of this weeks posts, you can see them all at the links below:
I’ll be back tomorrow for one last Post of Christmas past, and one of my favorites, these skis:
Update: See what these curbside treasures became HERE now!
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