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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2018 4:19 pm 
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Warmest greetings to all...

Here's our 2018 village...with all the "pack-o-fun" sizes houses i'm made this year...may just be able to sneak in at least one more before Christmas...perhaps two...and hopefully another "flattie"...:lol:

Betty Ann and Howard Lamey...


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It looks incredible Howard! I love this time of the year when all of the putz house scenes come out! :mrgreen:


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2018 6:15 am 
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It's beautiful as always Howard but what really resonates for me are the little people, that awesome ceramic tree, and the streetlamps! Major kudos!


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The base you made really make a big difference. You can see so much more of the houses and figures. And with you beautiful work we wouldn't want to miss a thing!

Maybe we can see it all lit up


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Fantastical Howard!! Hats off to you and Betty Ann for a great job!!!


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Absolutely wonderful Christmas scene. You always do it up right! Your work is GREAT! Tom


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As always, perfect. The attention to detail really makes it special. Thanks for sharing and all the great tips and patterns throughout the year.


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Howard,
Wonderful display, its so great to see all your magnificent creations in one place!!! Merry Christmas to you and family!!!
-Brian


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It’s hard to add anything new to the comments already posted, so i’ll just echo the praise for your delightful village. From the colors to the precision work and layout, it is a joy to see. Merry Christmas!


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Had to come back and look again. Ditto!


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