You may have noticed that my Easter posts so far have mostly been later editions of ones I’ve written in years past. Nevertheless, I also like to do Easter posts of items that I haven’t tried before. Village houses would be among them because I already did 2 of Christmas and one of Halloween. Yet, though Easter isn’t nearly as popular as either, it’s up there even if John Oliver calls it, “shitty Christmas” which may be borderline offensive but nonetheless accurate as far as commercialism is concerned. Though as far as my blog is concerned, I have little complaint since it gives me plenty of material. Anyway, the notion of Easter village houses is part of a phenomenon, I like to call Christmasfication, a word that might be my own invention. Now Christmasfication is what happens when one holiday’s tradition becomes part of another’s. Easter has been very much a product of this since it’s a religious holiday subject to a lot of commercialization since there are gifts involved bestowed by a mythical gift giver. However, it’s not to the extend Christmas is and has a greater focus on candy. Nevertheless, Christmasifcation doesn’t always have to involve integrating Christmas traditions, but it often does. Yet, with village houses, it kind of makes sense even on Easter. After all, pastel colors and cute critters are perfect for any spring towns. So for your reading pleasure I give you a treasure trove of pastel and springy Easter village houses.
- A spring house brings joyous Easter greetings.
This one has some imagery from vintage cards and silk flowers. Gives one a spring time feel.
2. A pastel house can use a white picket fence.
Doesn’t hurt it has a glittery base as well as a tree with Easter eggs. Like the flowers on the roof.
3. Cottontails Candy is always the place for sweets.
Not a big fan of light green and yellow together. But at least the name is clever.
4. A pink church with spring decorations always has the Easter spirit.
Though you wouldn’t see such a display until after Good Friday. Mostly because Lent is a penitential season.
5. Perhaps some greenery can suit your fancy.
Helps if you decorate the trees with Easter eggs. Though I’m not sure about the light pastel colors on this one.
6. Two chicks are often better than one.
Let me guess, the chickies are made from pom poms. Still, this is quaint.
7. A small gazebo doesn’t hurt.
Be sure to include different colored bunnies. Like how they included Easter eggs on this.
8. A yellow glitter house should always have a heart.
I often use putz houses because they look less manufactured. This is no exception. Like the bunny.
9. An Easter village always looks magnificent under a bauble egg wreath.
After all, pastel houses look great on a mantle meant to extenuate spring. Love the flowers.
10. Here we come to a simple white church with a pink roof and lamb.
Like I said, churches usually don’t bask in the Easter decorations until after Good Friday. But they do in these village sets in order to set an Easter feel.
11. The more color tiles the house has, the better.
You can also put an Easter egg in the doorway. Though I wouldn’t advise a green and yellow one.
12. A house of lavender is particularly springy for chicks.
This one seems all dolled up for Easter. Like the wreath at the top window.
13. How about a peep bunny above the front door?
Adding a flower to its ear and a yellow bow helps a lot. So cute.
14. A small pink church is always nice.
Helps if it glitters in the spring morning light. Though not sure about the roof.
15. A plaid yellow roof can sometimes be quite snazzy.
Okay, that’s pretty tacky. But at least it brings spring into the air.
16. It’s not spring without a little pink.
Yes, it might seem a bit feminine and sickeningly sweet. but at least it’s well made with some bunnies to spare.
17. Never saw an Easter egg fence before.
Though I don’t care for the house much. However, the fence is a rather unique idea.
18. An Easter church always has to stand out.
Each one has their own unique decorations. Some are more showy than others. Like the purple ones.
19. There’s nothing against having a fancy roof.
This canary yellow Easter abode has blue diamond lines. Not a fan of the color.
20. A church should always be fancy with flowers for Easter.
Now this one really gets into spring with its roof lined with pearls. Lovely.
21. An egg house is a perfect Easter dwelling.
Though I kind of wish it was a little fancier like an Easter egg. Though it certainly fits with the holiday.
22. Sometimes it’s best to go with holy simplicity.
This one just has trees with Easter eggs on them and little else. Well, it does have some pink window trim.
23. A candy house is always springtime fun.
After all, Easter is a huge holiday for candy. So such a house is quite fitting.
24. Now that’s what I call a carrot orange Victorian.
Reason why we have orange as an Easter color at all has to do with carrots. Though I think it’s a loud color to put on an Easter house.
25. A small Easter home should always shine with distinction.
Like the bushes and flower decor on this. So simple and small. But yet, so elegant.
26. Some a blue roof can bring a solace of spring charm.
This one has pink doors and windows and Easter egg trees. All surrounded by a white fence.
27. Pastel roof tiles often give a house an Easter touch.
Even has some Easter eggs and flowers. Like the bows on the windows.
28. An Easter village can often look lovely at night.
Because most of the Easter village houses light up. But the scene is nonetheless pretty.
29. Seems like this house has high carrot patch.
Now this is a house a bunny can love. Then again, bunnies aren’t as into carrots than we think.
30. An Easter candy house always has a sweet disposition.
This one has a candy tree with other decorations. It’s an adorable Easter home anyone can love.
31. Sometimes it helps to dress a plain Easter house with fancy decorations.
I showed this house earlier. Yet, this one has some jewels, lace trim, and more decor to the trees.
32. An egg house can even have 2 stories.
Like how it’s purple and has a chimney. So pretty even when lit.
33. A blue house with yellow trees can be a springtime haven.
Though I’d much prefer purple and pink. And perhaps more flowers than Easter eggs.
34. Is this supposed to be a house or a church?
Looks more like a house with 2 windows. Though I’m not thrilled with the pink roof.
35. Nothing entices an Easter bunny like a multicolor carrot fence.
Another clever fence concept. Like the little chick and bunny, too.
36. A purple Easter cottage should come with all the trimmings.
Now this is quite fancy. Like the little eggs and bunnies on here. So cute.
37. This little cottage has a flowery disposition.
Because it has only 3 of them at the facade. But the bunny seems quite happy.
38. Lattice always makes a home more quaint.
So does an outdoor staircase. Like the cute little chickies out front with the Easter egg decorated trees.
39. This little blue bird house has some colorful sights of spring.
The tree out front is decorated with Easter eggs. And you can see a nest of colored eggs.
40. This little orange cottage comes with an Easter egg fence.
They’re even decorated with rich detail. Not sure about the orange house though.
41. A purple cottage must have an Easter egg door and a pastel candy roof.
Helps if the doorway has carrots side by side. Like the green leafy tree, too.
42. You can always put a little spring in an Easter house.
You can even see some Easter eggs and flowers. Even on the lavender roof.
43. Why settle down in a burrow when you can have a purple house of your own?
Though I think these bunnies might have trouble fitting in the doorway. However, sometimes these houses aren’t made to scale.
44. This small spring home is a lamb paradise.
It’s a rather simple abode with colorful trees. But is all encrusted with glitter.
45. An Easter church should always be in a festive mood to celebrate.
Now this is quite fancy for Easter. But it’s surely lovely with a pink wreath, Easter eggs, and bunnies.
46. An Easter beach house always needs to be pastel blue.
You can tell it’s a beach house due to the shell motifs on the windows. Also, it has a fish shape somewhere.
47. This blue cottage includes a shiny wreath.
Well, if it weren’t for the decor, this would be a normal blue house. Like the Easter egg tree, by the way.
48. A pink ribbon on a cottage is a fine Easter touch.
Helps that it goes with the house. And the Easter bunny and egg decorations.
49. A purple spring house should always be the place for flowers.
There’s even a green bunny in the doorway. Though I like how the flowers go with the house.
50. Gumdrops make great Easter decoration.
You can also include peppermints and Easter style candy canes. Yes, they have them.
51. Now this is a candy decorated house any little chick would love.
Includes some Easter eggs with trees. And the chick is covered in pink cotton candy.
52. This yellow house brings in a beautiful blue butterfly.
By the way, I didn’t find as many Easter village houses as I would’ve wished. So a lot of them come from Etsy.
53. Seems like this bluebird has its eggs in a hanging basket.
Though I don’t think it’s the best place for them. Because that basket can fall.
54. A pink fence is always great for a humble blue home.
Doesn’t matter if you have chicks, birds, and bunnies living there either. Like the flower wreath.
55. I guess you can sometimes go with a rustic blue for Easter.
Helps you have a little chick on a nest near the roof. So cute.
56. Spring flowers are always grand for April showers.
Helps that Easter is in April, too. Then again, March can also be a rainy month.
57. A light pastel house with candy can be a sweet home, indeed.
This one has an interesting looking tree and a bunny clad in pastel garb. Nevertheless, I think it’s lovely.
58. Flowers and eggs can always make an Easter house a home.
Doesn’t hurt if it’s purple either. Like the lovely tree with Easter eggs on it.
59. Sometimes you can even find a whole Easter village in one basket.
This was part of a putz house kit. But I show it anyway since it’s so unique to behold.
60. This home really makes an Easterly impression.
Even has the word “Easter” in front with block lettering. And a purple ribbon, too.
61. This pink abode even has a pen for the chickies.
Well, it’s a purple pen, but still. Doesn’t endear me to the Easter bunny residing here.
62. A plain lavender house can bring pure Easter joy.
Only need a bunny and an Easter egg tree and you’re all set. Though the flowery wallpaper roof goes quite nicely.
63. A shrub door can sometimes give a home a naturalistic charm.
Well, this one has some flowers and a brown rabbit. But it’s a rather ingenious design.
64. There’s nothing that could make a candy cottage ever sweeter.
This one looks similar to a candy house I showed you earlier. But this one has 2 candy roof tops instead of one.
65. How about a plaid roof on a lavender church?
Well, purple is the color of Lent. Just not in that kind of shade though.
66. The Easter Bunny always likes to furnish his home with flowers.
However, I find this pipe cleaner Easter Bunny kind of creeper. But I really love the glittery roof.
67. A pink house should have a roof that really stands out.
Helps if it has 2 chimneys to give a small town charm. Like the decor on the picket fence.
68. Sometimes it helps if you go all out on an Easter house.
This one boasts bolder colors than what you’d usually see. But it’s set for spring so it goes on this post.
69. A glittery Easter house always shimmers in the spring time.
For some reason you see a lot of glitter on these putz houses. Like the flower on the roof.
70. Wonder what’s with hanging eggs on a tree.
Okay, I understand it’s an Easter tradition. But you have to like the bunnies and the roof in this one.
71. So the top window is a little askew on this house.
You can at least see how it enhances this spring Easter scene. So cute.
72. I sure hope this little blossom shoppe is open.
After all, spring has always been a prime time for flowers. And lovely blossoms, this store does boast.
73. Sometimes it helps if you let some things grow on the roof.
This one almost looks real with the grass on the roof. The well is nice, too.
74. Sometimes, the more colorful eggs, the better.
Once again, pipe cleaner bunny strikes on this one. And I think he looks really weird with his arms and legs.
75. I guess this pink Easter house goes for the mint impression.
Like how it has a chocolate bunny and colorful stripes. Lovely.
76. Of course, this pink Easter house is a real candy sensation.
What the hell does gingerbread have to do with Easter? That’s Christmas food.
77. Colorful butterflies prefer the smaller cottages.
Nice how it has a lot of flowers surrounding it. Also, like the little chickie.
78. An Easter egg tree should always show its true colors.
See how well it goes nice with the small cottage? Charming.
79. A purple butterfly always brings a needed springtime touch.
Yet, butterflies aren’t often represented in Easter. Not sure why. But I think it’s lovely.
80. When in doubt, try some lighter shade.
Then again, pastel colors are normally associated with Easter, anyway. But you have to see the bushes in front.
81. Sometimes a green house always works best.
I’m not too crazy about that pill green shade. But it somehow works.
82. This little purple cottage is a hopping Easter haven.
Well, this is kind of charming if you look at it from this angle. Not sure about the yellow awning though.
83. Multicolor roofs seem all the rage these days.
I guess this one was shaded in. Like the tree and the chicks.
84. Seems like these 2 bunnies just got hitched.
I guess this is a church since it has stained glass windows. But I’m sure the bunnies will be fruitful and multiply. Because rabbits reproduce like crazy.
85. A pink glitter house is just the Easter ticket.
Nice to have a sweet quiet home to go to. Like the jeweled butterfly the best.
86. An Easter tree house is a fine home for bunnies.
This one was brought to you by the magic of paper mache. Yet, you have to love this.
87. A green Easter house needs a flowery ribbon.
Helps if it’s purple with daisies, too. And it’s matched by a similarly decorated tree.
88. My, this tall pink church has a high steeple.
And I see a little birdie has made itself at home. So lovely.
89. An Easter house can stand out if it’s blue and yellow.
Helps if it has a bunny on the roof. Like the little bunnies and chickies.
90. With this purple house, spring has finally sprung.
Sure it’s similar to a few others. But it’s nonetheless stunning to behold.
91. A striped roof is always fitting with a cyan glitter house.
This is lovely. Like the Easter egg tree with the columns.
92. A yellow house with flowers is always rather sunny.
And I see this bunny’s really looking forward to Easter. Like how the flowers are purple, too.
93. It’s Easter time at this little pink cottage.
This home boasts pastel tiles and Easter eggs galore. Even an Easter egg at the door.
94. Looks like this Easter bunny has smoke up the chimney.
Sure it’s not as flashy as some of the other houses on here. But it has a nice homey appearance to it.
95. Chicks will always find a home in this glittery purple house.
The door on this is incredibly beautiful to behold. Also like the chickies.
96. A small Easter cottage only needs a few flowers.
Well, you might have flowers on the roof and chimney. But this is nonetheless quaint.
97. Chicks always appreciate a house with striped columns.
Well, those that are little balls of fludd anyway. But the candy cane striped columns on this are amazing.
98. With this little blue house, you’d find a pink bird on a chimney.
Even has a tree and flowers outside. Not sure about the windows though.
99. You can’t miss a bright orange house on Easter, no matter how small.
This little cottage is done in some unique style you’d see on Etsy. Nevertheless, it’s amazing.
100. Are those bricks or clouds on that house facade?
Another specially designed house. But one that brings in the spring. Love it.
These are not my cup of tea! Too much pastel for my tastes!
Do you post patterns for your Easter Putz houses?
Are patterns for your Easter house’s available?