Joyful Note Christmas House


Joyful Note Christmas House


If you love paper craft projects and you need a new addition to your Christmas village, this Joyful Note Christmas House from Plaid Enterprises is perfect for you. Follow the very basic steps in order to add a one-of-a-kind decoration to your Christmas mantel. You only need a few inexpensive supplies in order to complete this little house. This project will make you want to create an entire Christmas village from papier mache once you see how easy and cute this project is.

No Name Miniature House


  • FolkArt ® Metallics - Bright Red, 2 oz.
  • FolkArt ® Metallics - Pearl White, 2 oz.
  • Mod Podge ® Gloss, 8 oz.
  • Papier-mâché house
  • Paint brushes
  • Scrapbook paper – music theme
  • Scissors
  • Chunky glitter
  • Small wreath
  • Glue


  1. Paint the lower portion of the house with Pearl White paint. Use two coats if desired.
  2. Paint the roof Bright Red.
  3. Trim the papers to fit the sides of the house.
  4. Apply a coat of Mod Podge to the sides of the house. Position the papers onto the sides and smooth with your fingers. Allow to dry for 15 minutes.
  5. Topcoat with a layer of Mod Podge.
  6. Apply Mod Podge randomly to the roof of the house to look like snow. Sprinkle glitter over Mod Podge. Allow to dry,
  7. Glue a small wreath to the front of the house.

"Name the Project" Contest:

A big thanks to brendashow8! Your name, Joyful Note Christmas House, was chosen as the winner!

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Who would not want to open up a pretty Christmas present and find this beautiful little house inside? I love all the details and fun accents like the glitter and the musical sheets. I think that this craft is so pretty that you could make it a centerpiece on a coffee table or holiday dinner table.

Joy To the World Home! I do like this little house,it will be a nice decoration for our little kids Christmas collections. Thank You!

I would call it "Carolers' Cottage"

I would call it "Christmas Wishes" , and I would cut a hole in the roof where the chimney glues on so that Christmas Wishes could be written on small cards and slipped down the chimney. I would make a front door that would open to retrieve the Christmas wishes, just before Christmas.

Winter Symphony Cottage Symphony Cottage

The house should be named " Comfort and Joy ".

I like Sparkle Notes, keep it simple. Just love this house!

I would call it Christmas Music House. It is lovely...

I would call it the music house!

I would call it Little house on the mantel

I love it. If you couldn't control yourself and made a village, I would call it "For the love of Music", as I would consider it a music store.


I would call it Harmony House.

Merry Musical Home

i would call it "the chour house". i like it

Christmas Cottage

The tune house for the birds

Come Caroling Country Home

this should be called "All snuggled in bed for Santa" .from nitemaro

Christmas Music Birdhouse

A Harmony Christmas House

Melody Villa would be my suggestion.

How about "Music Makes your Heart and Home Sparkle"? Or maybe: "Music Makes Your Heart Sparkle"? Something like that. Anyway, it's a charming project and I'm glad to hear that Steve and Cathy are still working together. I enjoyed their show on DIY.

I think it should be named "Home for Christmas"

How adorable! "Joyful Note Christmas House"

Glittery Song Church

Magic Christmas Music house

This ornament is adorable. How about "Sing Me Home"?

Joyous Music box

Very cute little house!! It stikes me as the perfect "Silver Notes Music Hall" ;)

This is the cutest little house. I plan on making quite a few for gifts. I think it should be called " The Music Box ", remember when stereos were called that.

I like "Symphony Hall"!

The House of Music love it ty for shareing

call it the little music room


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