Miniature Putz House Church
The tradition of Putz Houses started in Central Europe and originally, they were tiny nativity scenes to put under the Christmas tree. By the 19th century, one could find whole putz villages amongst the Christmas decorations in European homes and they were used to decorate everything from tabletops to fire mantelplaces.
This little Putz Church is painted blue, with gold accents and glitter on the snow-covered roof. It was handmade and painted by Megan Wallace.
What Scale is This Miniature?
This Miniature Putz House Church doesn’t belong to a specific scale. It is about the right size to be a dollhouse for your 1:12 scale dollhouse, but you can also use it as a real-life Christmas decoration, or display it with your Barbie or Blythe dolls.
The Miniature Putz House Church is 30mm wide, 17mm deep, and 38mm tall.
Materials and Care
This putz house is a resin casting, hand-painted with acrylic paints. The roof has a light covering of glitter. It is suitable for display only. It is best to keep your dollhouse miniature items away from strong light and excessive moisture.
PLEASE BE CAREFUL WHEN THERE ARE CHILDREN AROUND
Our dollhouse items are intend for use and display by adult collectors. Although we take every care to make sure that our miniatures are strong and durable, they are fragile by nature. Older children can handle miniatures under supervision but small parts may be a choking hazard for young children and babies. In general, we recommend that you keep your miniatures out of reach of children.
Looking for More Holiday Inspiration to Fill Your Dollhouse?
Visit our Christmas page for heaps of inspiration. Megan Wallace made this Dollhouse Christmas Holly Wreath by hand. You can visit her profile @creativemeza on Instagram. Dawn Smit @dawn_sheryl_creates also contributes to the madness, because who doesn’t need a friend who knows where to find the milk and cookies?