Our DIY $15 Paper Christmas Village

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A project that I wasn’t too sure about turned out to be one of my most favourite Christmas DIYs ever! I purchased this cute little “Shimmer Noel Village” paper pack from Michaels at 50% off for a last-minute Christmas decoration. You can use the paper pack to make a DIY Christmas village, and my girls and I assembled the houses, trees and deer together. With the addition of some larger fake trees and some faux snow we had on hand, this $15 paper village has turned out to be one adorable Christmas craft!

Adorable $15 DIY paper Christmas village Adorable $15 DIY paper Christmas village


I’d highly recommend grabbing this adorable paper pack at your nearest Michaels or online. It was regular $30 CDN, but I used a 50% off coupon.

Adorable $15 DIY paper Christmas village

This paper pad includes printed die-cut sheets to make adorable buildings for a sweet little Christmas village display. We used a glue gun to put the pieces together.

Adorable $15 DIY paper Christmas village

My younger daughters punched out the pieces while my 7 year old helped me fold and glue.

Adorable $15 DIY paper Christmas village

We also strung a pretty garland of twinkly lights through our village to make it shine at night. This is one of our favourite Christmas crafts to date! It looks so lovely in our living room, and the girls love to play with it. Happy Christmas decorating!

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One Comment

  1. Hello! I’ve been looking everywhere for this year’s Holiday Village, and I can’t find it online at Michaels, Joanns or Hobby Lobby! Do you know if DCWV isn’t making it this year? I came across your blog and remember seeing it in Michael’s last holiday season, and am really excited to make it this year. Any ideas where I can get it?

    I’ve checked Amazon, google shopping, etc.


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