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 Post subject: Re: Putz Village Photos
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Thanks Steve,
Yes, they're all from patterns I've found here! (Mostly Howard's)

Thanks, I think the kids are pretty cute too! :D


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 Post subject: Re: Putz Village Photos
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My 2015 Victorian castle putz viewtopic.php?f=18&t=989


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 Post subject: Re: Putz Village Photos
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ShannieBaby,

Thanks for the video. It's nice seeing your houses and the choices you made.

Paul


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Merry Christmas to all from Pine Mountain Valley...the little town that time forgot...


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How nice Howard. It's quite fun seeing all your flatties in a village 'doin' their thing.


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And a Merry Christmas to you!!! Charming little village Pine Mountain Valley!!!


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What a nice village Howard. All the Pack-O-Fun houses bring back nice memories. It nice to see you're flatties in your village. I just love the little figures!


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Howard love your Pine Valley!


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Yea! Pine Valley is back. Great little houses. What a nice scene. I love to see the houses as a collection.


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I am new to posting photos online. How would I go about posting photos of my 'putz' creations that have been inspired by my discovery of LittleGlitterHouses website?

Thanks for any info!

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