As with last year and the year before, it’s on to the Christmas village houses. Though what you might see may be a store shelf, they’re nevertheless dazzling for any Christmas home. For the big hobbyists, a Christmas village may take a lot of time and space to assemble. Which explains why me and my family don’t have one. Though some might use some kind of arrangement like a shelf or cabinet. Not to mention, many of these houses may come with accessories like Christmas trees and reindeer. Still, do a search on these houses and you’ll find plenty in bright colors and glitter which can either go on your display mantle, table, or train tracks. So for your reading pleasure, I give you another assortment of Christmas villages and houses for your very own winter wonderland.
- Put all your small glitter houses on one tree.
Each one of them has lights inside. Comes with glitter trees, too. Think glitter trees on a tree.
2. A yellow church should have its own clock tower.
And that clock tower should have a roof with glitter and cotton snow. To make it more Christmasy.
3. Sometimes everything’s better with beads.
The church’s glittery façade may seem rather fades. But it’s enhanced with the bead decoration and tree.
4. For a more perky winter wonderland, try glittery pastels for size.
Consists of a house, church, and gazebo. Each is decorated with jewels. So pretty.
5. How about a glittery house in snowy white?
Looks like it’s a magical snowy day. Has a reindeer in the front. Like the trees, too.
6. You’d almost imagine this village on a snowy mountain.
It’s a shelf with ice and snow decor and a blue background. Goes nicely with the seasonal decorations.
7. You can even make your own Christmas village with ceramic.
This consists of 3 houses and a church surrounding a Christmas tree. And it’s in purple.
8. How about a nice cardboard cottage?
Sure it might seem like minimum effort. But the windows on this house are amazing.
9. A Christmas village shelf could always be decked with evergreen garland.
Each row contains an array of houses with lights inside. The top shelf contains the church.
10. You can have your own winter wonderland covered in snow in your very own house.
This one even has its own train track. Yes, these Christmas village displays can be very elaborate indeed.
11. Any winter wonderland should have a few icicles.
After all, you can’t just use cotton snow. But be sure to have a white tree on top.
12. You can always get creative with church design.
This one has some sloped roofs which gives a modernist impression. Though I’m not sure about the tree.
13. Is that supposed to be a church or a schoolhouse?
I guess it could go either way. But you have to like the bell on this tower. So quaint.
14. For a more retro look, perhaps a house in pink and blue?
The roof is even striped. A few retro looking trees should go along with it nicely, too.
15. There’s nothing as enchanting as a church in pink and white.
This one has large windows and white trees. The fence surrounding it adds a certain charm to it as well.
16. Your small house could always be in certain print.
This one has a tree, red bells, and carolers. And the walls depict Christmas trees all over it.
17. You can make even set a print house in a Christmas mood if you just add tinsel.
This is a DIY as you see. But you can make it Christmasy by adding beads and tinsel trimmings.
18. You can let it snow with a few houses in blue.
Doesn’t seem to be made out of the usual materials. But you can’t resist it just the same.
19. Any Christmas village can be quite stunning at night.
Each structure here is all in glitter with a certain Christmas charm. Love the lights.
20. Nothing celebrates the season like a house in red and green.
This one kind of reminds me of something you see in Dr. Seuss. Still, like the windows.
21. A Christmas village could contain trees of all kinds of colors.
Love to see a village like this. Of course, this is probably from a store. But to each his own.
22. There’s nothing precious like a Christmas house in gold.
But be sure to add a wreath and trees. And put it next to a small Christmas tree.
23. A Christmas village can be of any size. Sometimes it all takes a couple houses and a church.
The houses are blue while the church is white. Don’t forget to add trees and reindeer.
24. You can’t go wrong with a quaint red brick house on a hill.
And it seems like St. Nick has stopped for a visit. Still, you have to admire the columns ad roof. Could easily see a house like this in Scottdale.
25. A feathery trim can give your village a winter touch.
You’d almost think this was a Christmas village on ice. It’s not but it’s nevertheless spectacular.
26. Bring the winter magic with a glitter pink house.
This one has pink beads in front. But you have to like the tinsel and the windows.
27. A winter house should always be covered in snow.
Doesn’t hurt that it’s white either. Comes with 2 trees and a reindeer.
28. If you like candle light, you might want to go with these apartment buildings.
You use these to cover the candles after you light them. Love the snow covered roofs. So pretty.
29. You’d swear a real snow came blowing at this house.
Like how they made the icicles. Still, ,the trees and snow covered roof make it ideal for the holidays.
30. Doesn’t hurt to deck the halls with boughs of holly.
Sure enough, this house is decorated with holly. Contains trees, a bow, and a Santa.
31. You might want a quaint Christmas with this barn.
Though it’s made from a tobacco pouch causes some concern. then again, to each his own.
32. Sometimes simplicity is always the best.
This one doesn’t use a lot of decorations. But it goes with any winter scene just the same.
33. You can always have your own Christmas village under the tree.
Though I can’t really have that since I have a dog in my house. Then my sister visits and brings her dog for Christmas. And you can see where that’s going.
34. Each village house should come with its own characteristics.
You have a house with smoke coming out of the chimney. You have another with lights. The third has a snowman.
35. Any snowman would love to be near this pink house.
This one has snow on the roof among other trimmings. Like the trees. So pretty.
36. Sometimes your village can always go small.
Well, the houses seem smaller. But the church stands out quite beautifully.
37. A white house should always be one with ice and snow.
Yes, certainly gives a magical feel. Like the wreath and trees.
38. Perhaps a pink house may suit your fancy.
Make sure to decorate it with a couple of Christmas trees. Still, seems like we have Santa in the front.
39. Sometimes it can’t hurt to go all fancy for the holidays.
This one even has a poodle in front. Got to love the beads on the roof. So stunning.
40. Care to stop at the bakery?
I don’t often see glitter shops. But when I come across this one, I just had to add it.
41. You might care for a simple blue house this Christmas.
This one has 2 trees and a deer with a bow. Even has the snowy roof to match.
42. Perhaps you’d like a church in brilliant blue?
This one has snow on the roof and tower. Comes with a beautiful matching tree.
43. A white church with pink and blue can always bring the holiday spirit.
This one seems like a little girl’s dream. Got to love the tree with the beads.
44. You can always celebrate the season with a white house covered in snow.
This one seems like a snowy place. Love the red trim on the windows. Seems so cozy.
45. Nothing makes a small village come alive like a small stream.
Almost resembles a painting. Love the rocks, river, and trees.
46. It sometimes helps Santa if you have candles in the window.
Though the candles are obviously drawn. But they give it a lovely Christmas charm.
47. Perhaps you might want glitter houses near your train.
Well, makes for a rather charming yuletide village. Love these houses.
48. Might want to go for a green house with a red tower.
This one has a wreath, tree, and reindeer. Love the snow on the roof with the red chimneys.
49. You’d swear someone was snowed in here.
Everything’s snow covered in this one. Sure it’s not flashy. But it’s great for the holiday season just the same.
50. A pink house should be a fine addition to any winter wonderland.
This one has two wreaths on the roof that have a rose and a bow. But the other decorations are just as quaint.
51. How about a Christmas village under the stars?
This one consists of a bunch of houses surrounding a church. A lovely show of lights.
52. A few houses can always enhance the neighborhood.
Consists of two small houses of gray and pink along with a bigger blue house. Like the wreath though.
53. Sometimes you might want to go with a more modern design.
This one is a light green house with jewels along the roof. The Christmas tree on the chimney adds a more festive touch.
54. This little house bids Season’s Greetings.
Sure it’s not as spectacular as the other glitter houses on here. But it’s a neat design.
55. Perhaps you might want your village to have a quaint schoolhouse.
Okay, this is a schoolhouse. This one is white with a bell tower. Great for any village display during the holidays.
56. Yet, perhaps you might want a red schoolhouse instead?
This one’s decorated with tinsel, ornaments, and a wreath. Like the tree on the door.
57. A set of glitter houses like these belongs on any Christmas mantle.
This one is in a more retro fashion to evoke the era of aluminum Christmas trees. Though you have to love the colors.
58. White houses always make the holiday spirit bright.
Each of these white houses has a glitter roof to emanate snow. One of these has a star in front.
59. Maybe you’d prefer to have a golden chapel for your village?
This one has jingle bell in its tower and snow on the roof. Like the decorations, too.
60. It always helps if you can light up the river and the lake.
Yes, it certainly looks pretty magical. Got to love the lights and trees. So pretty.
61. A green village shelf is always festive with the season.
This one almost looks like a Christmas tree. Though there’s not a lot of cotton snow on it. Love it.
62. Seems here you don’t know where the tree ends and the putz village begins.
Though I’m not sure what to think about the tree. But the village is simply stunning.
63. Show off your village to the neighborhood with this shelf.
Each shelf has houses along snow and lights. Great for any holiday home.
64. A small church on a pedestal could suit your fancy.
This one even has a flag on the tower. Like the wreath on the front, too.
65. Christmas lights make any village a winter wonderland to see.
It’s even against a mountain backdrop and has a train track. Love the tree with the star.
66. Guess this must be a town hall.
This is a red structure with a clock tower. Has a snow covered roof and trees.
67. Sometimes you just have to put glitter houses around a lake.
And sometimes the lake has to be a mirror. Love the lights and bright colors.
68. Occasionally, you might want a tower for your pink house.
This one also has garlands, trees, and a dog. And it’s surrounded with a white fence.
69. A Christmas house should always be a source of light from within.
Comes with two wreaths on the roof. On the bottom, you have plenty of Christmas trees and spacious windows.
70. You might prefer this small white church.
This one just has a tower with a sloping blue roof. Unique in all respects.
71. Sometimes it’s best to go with a ridged roof and balcony.
Sure it might not be glamorous. But you have to like the golden balcony and pink foundation.
72. A brick Christmas house is all the more cozy.
Comes with Christmas trees, candles, and a snowman. Such a lovely cottage, isn’t it?
73. A pink church can always evoke the holiday spirit.
This one has some vintage style Christmas trees. Got to love the snow roof.
74. Perhaps you might like a house with simple Christmas decorations.
This small glitter house has a Christmas tree, a wreath, a snowman, a garland on the fence, and Santa on the roof. Kind of wish Santa had reindeer with him though.
75. A pink and white church should come with its own tree.
Sure it’s not as spectacular as some of the other churches on here. The decorations are in gold and white.
76. A blue house should be decked with a string of beads.
Comes with a matching tree of blue, gold, and black baubles. Love the wreath, too.
77. How about a pink house with a bow?
This one has a wreath and a matching tree as well. So pretty.
78. For a more festive holiday season, may I suggest a purple church?
Has roses on the tower as well as a fancy tree beside it. And it stands on a cup with a flower.
79. Nothing’s more cozy for Christmas like a white house with pink trimmings.
Has strings of beads on the roof as well as trees on the base. So lovely isn’t it?
80. Perhaps a house with polka dots can make your season bright.
This one has a bow on it along with the Christmas tree beside it. So adorable for any village.
81. A white church should always have snow covered trees.
Has a golden glittery roof and a wreath. Like the tower window. So stunning.
82. Nothing’s charming like a white cottage with a red roof.
This seems like it was made from cardboard. Has a wreath and gold trim.
83. Christmas houses can always shine with some glitter.
Each of these has glitter in different places. One has glitter all over. The others have it only on the roof.
84. Perhaps a house with a star window will do.
It’s covered with snow on the roof and fence. Includes trees and a snowman.
85. Sometimes it helps if all the buildings were the same style.
Each one here is white with a gold roof. and they’re all against a pink base and a blue background.
86. A glitter village always brings a show of color during the holidays.
This one is against a forest and mountain background. And it even has a cute little Christmas train.
87. How about a small Christmas village in a box?
This one might have very small putz houses inside. But you have to admire this tiny winter wonderland.
88. Glitter can make any church shine.
Has a fence and two golden trees. Still, you have to admire the tower. So pretty.
89. A red church should always be with the season.
Has a wreath on the tower and Christmas trees on the base. Like the snow on the roof.
90. A sloped house should come with all the trimmings.
Has 3 snow covered towers along the snow covered roof. Decorations include 4 trees and 3 wreaths.
91. A white tower house should make any holiday season bright.
This one has a interesting tower design along with windows and gold Christmas trees. So stunning.
92. It wouldn’t be a church without stain glass windows.
After all, most churches have stained glass windows in real life. Still, this one comes with carolers.
93. A turquoise house should shine bright during the holidays.
Decorated with tinsel and jewels along with a wreath, sled, snowman and trees. Love it.
94. A bright blue house should come with extra trimmings for the Christmas season.
Has metal decorations along with two wreaths on the roof. Like the snowman and sled.
95. A pink snow covered house should always sparkle.
Has trees and wreaths for decorations. Got to love the reindeer in front.
96. How about a cabin made of logs?
Well, this is a neat design. Like the green roof and the Santa in front.
97. Sometimes you need a bit of paradise when it snows.
Though a flamingo in a lei is kind of tacky if you ask me. Still, it goes nicely with the house.
98. Sometimes pastel colors can make the season shine.
This one has plenty of decorations in the front on a snowy base. So pretty.
99. Santa wishes everyone “Happy Holidays.”
This is a blue house with a red roof. And yes, it comes with a couple of trees. But the Santa on this one is adorable.
100. Almost every Christmas house should come with its own chimney.
This one has a tower and a chimney. Includes Christmas trees and a reindeer. So pretty.