Itty-Bitty Playing Card Houses

I've just listed these two little card houses on my website. I'm very excited, as I've never seen anything like them in miniature before! The first thing my 3-year-old nephew said when he saw them was "I want to knock them over!"

All the playing cards are printed on both sides, individually cut out and assembled. Both houses are constructed just like life-size card houses (except for the glue, which would be cheating in real life, of course).

The first house is a "double-decker," made of over 75 individual tiny playing cards - I lost count of those making up the interior structure, so I'm not sure how many there are exactly. It measures just over 1" tall (28mm), and comes with the remaining stack and a couple extra cards to lay out (they are permanently glued together).

The second house is 1" tall (26mm) and made of 26 tiny playing cards. It also comes with the remaining deck and extra cards (also glued together).

Both houses are available in the Toys & Games section of my website. And don't forget, there is free shipping for all purchases until Monday the 25th!


Mary D. said...

These are really awesome! I can't get over the detailing and clarity on each card but putting them together like that is beyond imagination! Once again you have done a fabulous job!!

Sans! said...

They really are amazing, Grace! Be prepared to keep making these. Sometimes I wish I am doing more contemporary setting . :)

Ascension said...

Es absolutamente original y fantastico, me encanta-
besitos ascension

TreeFeathers said...

Thank you all for the comments! Sans, I do plan to make a bunch more of these, they were so much fun to make! :)

- Grace

Rosamargarita said...

Amo tus casas de naipes!
Soy tu 300 seguidora... enhorabuena
Un abrazo

TreeFeathers said...

Gracias, Rosamargarita! And thank you for being my 300th follower - looks like it's time for a giveaway drawing!

- Grace

Cinderella Moments said...

Those are so cute! I can just imagine them on a little table. Adorable!

Obscure Creations said...

Fantastic - thanks for sharing


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