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DIANN'S 2021 VILLAGE IS AT viewtopic.php?f=18&t=2077


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From my little houses to your little houses...

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Howard...


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Fantastic village Pat!!! Keep going back to the pix to admire it and take in all the details!!!


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Greetings to all…

Just thought I mention something about my 2022 village display…PATTERNS FOR ALL THE HOUSES ARE PROVIDED FREE OF CHARGE for your personal, non commercial use…go here…
https://www.cardboardchristmas.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=1554

Howard…

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JUST WONDERFUL!


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Putz village, December 2022:

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Various houses, most being homemade by myself or others, a few purchased, with a clockwork train by Bing, c. 1928.


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This is such a great village. I've enjoyed looking at it very much!!


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Healey36...

I believe you are a new forum member... :D ...so let me say "Welcome"...and hopefully you'll share more of your creativity here on the forum in the near future...

What a traditional village display you've assembled...if the photo was in black and white or sepia, I'd swear it was from the 1930s...

Now...about that tunnel tree stand...perhaps you can share a few more pictures of it?...

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Thanks Lynn and Howard for the kind words, and Howard, thanks for all of the encouragement over the years.

I can put something together to describe the "tree stand" project...I'll post it over in the Putz Patterns topic (I'm thinking that might be the most appropriate place).

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