Monday, November 21, 2011

Vintage Village Kit

The Vintage Village consists of 7 structures, the smallest being only 2” tall and the largest, the church, 7 1/2" tall.  Three structures have window cutouts that have been made into shadowboxes to view little children from the Victorian era.  Each house is covered with vintage music and book paper and then embellished.  Vintage mix glitter adds to the charm of the holiday village.  There is also bag of mica flakes just in case you want to add a bit of snow to the roof line or the trees.  The houses are very easy to put together once you understand the simple pattern and could easily be completed in a day.  The kit comes nicely packaged and could even be given as a gift.

The kit consists of:
7 tiny chipboard buildings (flat pack that you put together)
vintage music and book paper
pictures of children
bottle of vintage mix glitter
all embellishments and trims needed
6 bottle brush trees (4 1/2”, 3 1/2” and 2 1/2”)
bag of mica flakes
  1 foam brush
written instructions and photos will be sent via email

Items not in the kit:
silver paint
small piece of wire
quick dry white glue

Vintage Village Kits 
 $44 plus s/h
shipping: $5.95 USA, $7.95 Canada
please email me at for other international shipping

If you would like to purchase a kit you can email me at with your shipping address and method of payment (check or pay pal).  Any remaining kit after Monday the 28th will be found in our Etsy shop.

Have a great Holiday Weekend Everyone!


  1. Wonderful kit! Unfortunately it does not go with my decor and I don't have any crafty friends to buy for BUT I did want to let you know that I think it's wonderful! :)

  2. Awesome! I would love this in my home :)

  3. **Sigh** I want this very badly. I won't say I wish I didn't have 3 children to buy for for Christmas and 1 child's college tuition to pay..I wouldn't give them away BUT I really wish I had the money for this sweet kit.

  4. Since we found this too late we ordered the parts from Australia and TODAY mom and I get together to make them. We can't wait!!! Thanks for sharing this great idea! We've waited a year to make it.