* Xmas village 2006

Posted on December 19th, 2006 by maitreya. Filed under Holiday, Martha, Paper Crafts.


I got the Martha Halloween Village kit a few years ago, and I’ve never had the attention span to do the whole set of houses. Usually we end up with one or 2 new houses per year (see 2004 version for the first batch). The big church was last year’s and the second one from the left is the new one, which Mark did most of. The pink and mint color scheme make me think art deco, which is apt since we’re in Miami for the holidays this year. I punched out a few trees too. The houses all have little lights in them, of course.

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6 Responses to “Xmas village 2006”

  1. Cristina Says:

    these are so sweet! what is this kit that you speak of?

  2. joy Says:

    just ran across your blog-nice work!!!

  3. bb Says:

    I made the Christmas village a while ago and it came out nicely. Would love to do another one, but cannot find the right paper – What kind did you use? Thank you It looks so pretty.

  4. Casey Says:

    Those are so cute!! I want to make a little Christmas village one day, but just haven’t gotten around to it. ;) To echo bb, what kind of paper did you use?

  5. Anonymous Says:

    I have been looking to find templates to make paper/cardboard houses for at least a year…I love your village…how do I get this kit from Martha Stewart? Can you help me? Pretty Please!!! E-mail me at laura2471@yahoo.com

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