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 Post subject: Re: Putz Village Photos
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Hi Roger 44

Paul put together wonderful direction on how to resize and upload your pictures. It is listed under "Posting Photos on Forum". You will find these instructions listed at the botton posted in November 2012.

I have used these directions and they are very good, thanks Paul!

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A FRIEND'S 2009 SIDEBOARD PUTZ viewtopic.php?f=18&t=1033


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 Post subject: Re: Putz Village Photos
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Author and vintage Christmas collector Antoinette Stockenberg had uploaded her annual Christmas mantle of made in Japan cardboard putz houses--for 2016--and complete with the annual storyline of course.

A FIRE IN THE VILLAGE

Click on the link for the 2016 Christmas mantle:

http://bit.ly/2fWBZts

To see all the previous mantles and storylines from 2006 forward, go to http://bit.ly/2gkOSKy


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In the family room viewtopic.php?f=18&t=1176


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 Post subject: Re: Putz Village Photos
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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all my friends on the Cardboard Christmas Forum!...

Got everything completed except for a couple of new dolly houses, the snow base with risers on the back row, the winter background scene and wiring for the vintage Lionel streetlamps...those will have to wait until early next year...

My very best regards...Howard...

Looking forward to 2017 and a bunch of new projects!...Stay tuned!....


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Howard:

Love the refurbished Lionel street lamps.

The scene must look great all lite up.

Steve


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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas a Dolly village to see....

It's wonderful sight to see all the houses and flatties together. After seeing your newly added loggie i see one in my future for my villwge. The lamp posts look great.

Inspirational as always!!


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AS Ol' Burl Ives would say: "Have a Jolly Dolly Christmas!" :lol: lol... Looks wonderful Howard. Your little town looks so cozy & inviting!


Holiday Cheers,

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AWESOME village Howard, such a great showcase of your work! I LOVE those ceramic Christmas trees too! We had one when growing up.


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The colors are incredible and they go so well with the ceramic Christmas tree. What a delightful tabletop!


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