Repairing or Replacing Trees - Tom Huff's article about the "lufa" trees that were common on pre-war glitterhouses, and can be repaired or else replaced by new lufa carefully cut, soaked with dark green acrylic paint, and allowed to dry before gluing and applying white paint for "snow."
Which Doors and Windows Do I Need? - For many years, Ted offered authentic reproductions of just about every door and window that were used in glitterhouses over a 35-year period. These included celophane and paper "see-through" windows, as well as "stick-on" windows. Today the same doors and windows “Papa” Ted sold are available from other sources. In addition, we now have some very nice downloadable resources you can use to build or restore putz houses.
Building from Scratch - This Tom Hull article started out to be about rebuilding missing or damaged pieces and wound up being about building a new putz, but it has some good ideas for restoration, too.