Black and White Christmas Town Homes

Mom had some leftover black and white printed fabric she decided to use on these three little houses. They look like little two-story Town Homes to me. I think they turned out cute. If you have Farmhouse Decor, they would look great in your home for the holidays.

She painted both sides of all three white. Then mod podged the fabric on the front. Then we had to choose the ribbons that would look good with all three fabric patterns. Some ribbon we had was too wide, some too narrow. It had to be just right like GoldiLocks’ porridge.

We decided on Red and White Polka Dots with a few strands of black and white polka dots and buffalo plaid.

Ignore my messy craft tables. Who keeps a clean one? We are just out of room in our garage. As soon as the holidays are over, I am going to do some major re-organizing and remodeling. My Mom will be moving into a Mother-in-law suite behind our house and I will be remodeling a “she shed”. But until then……We will carry on…..

We made several little houses and some we put “roofs” on. But these we decided to leave plain white. LOVE!

Look how good these would look in your Farmhouse! You need to make some for yourself!

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