Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Spring Mansion - Evolution of a Putz House

Please join me on my new blog - paperglitterglue.com where this project is included with more already added. Thank you. I hope to see you there.


I've most this post on the Spring Mansion here. You can read about the design challenges of this particular little cardboard house.

Spring Mansion cardboard putz house
Spring Mansion on a sunny day



Spring Mansion putz glitterhouse
Spring Mansion angled side view

Spring Mansion putz glitterhouse
Spring Mansion side view with the wonky fencing

Roofline overview of Spring Mansion putz glitterhouse
Kind of a cool bird's eye view 




10 comments:

  1. This is a lovely house and it does look like Spring! How fun that the prototype grew itself into a new house! The balusters and fence look good and very intricate. I'm sure the Wilkins House will look fantastic!

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  2. Thank you, Laney. I just didn't want to waste the prototype so I finished it even though I was kind of slack with the fence and railing.

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  3. I love the details! This house is so intricate!

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    1. Thank you, Lynn. I like this house pattern, but I had to modify it for the real Wilkins House because I needed more space for the decor. But I will redo this house as a Halloween house in the future.

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  4. Just one word...WOW! I would love to live in a house like this, even with wonky railings and all! Now I see the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, knowing your brother is a cabinet maker!

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    1. Thank you, Sara. The next house (the real Wilkins house) is going to be better because of the experimentation on this house.

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  5. Lucy...I am so glad that you stopped by my blog and left a sweet comment! I found your blog! I LOVE little houses and yours are truly works of art! My word! I was reading through some of your posts and you are so talented! The amount of time and effort that goes into each one is astounding. I really appreciate all of that because I KNOW how much time it takes to do them RIGHT! For you to come up with your own patterns is also amazing! Lucy, you are a talent! Thanks so much for sharing and for the wonderful charitable work you're doing.

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    1. Thank you, Candy. I appreciate you coming to my blog.

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  6. Thanks for stopping by my blog, and glad you did so I can come scope you out too! I LOVE your house, and the fact it's for charity makes me love you too! AWESOME!!!!

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    1. Thank you, Anita, for coming to see my blog. It means a lot to have comments from such incredible crafters.

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