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Great houses! Thanks for sharing.

I'm starting to think you may have as many of Howard's houses as Howard does. :-)

Steve


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steve...

i'm sure you familiar with the story of "the shoemaker's children"...

the truth is out...old howard doesn't have enough "little glitter houses" to set up a village...they're all scattered around the united states...which makes me happy...

for me, the hobby is centered around creating and sharing...and i will continue to do so for as long as i can...

my very best regards...

merry Christmas and a happy new year to all...

howard...


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Maria GREAT mantel!!!

Howard yours and Karl's houses look great on display!! How neat to see them in such a good home!! :)


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Thank you all. These putz houses are a very pleasant addiction. And if I were empress...good lord...lol!


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