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PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2018 11:00 pm 
Hi Y'All from Virginia, born Yankee, raised Southern with a little sprinkling of everything else added.
Starving Artist wannabe. Paper is probably my main passion, I always seem to come back to it (of course it helps that there are stacks of it hiding in just about every corner)
New to the putz houses and have done a few test builds and am working up to an actual finished house. I have so many ideas running, screaming . . . . I'm calm now, around that I can't decide which to do first. I've been a lurker for a few weeks while doing research and decided to jump in and join so I can add my two cents worth.
I'm computer savvy (most of the time but my memory needs refreshing at times. And I have lots of punches, dies and a Cameo paper cutting machine so you would think I'm never bored, which I'm not but with health issues don't get as much done as I would like. OK, rambled on and on and now it's time to let you get back to your lives.

Thanks for letting me join, Mary
Oh and Yes Purple and Lavender are my favorite colors


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Nice to meet you Mary!

Great to have you join the very BEST forum ever created! lol...


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 16, 2018 11:21 am 
Thanks Clinton, and I agree. I've learned so much here. Also everyone at Nutz4Putz have helped with my questions, some of them are here also so I have friends here already.


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Hello Mary,

So happy to see you here. Your enthusiasm is contagious. I love your questions.

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Hi Mary, welcome, looking forward to seeing your houses!!


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Hi Mary - loved your intro post - glad you are here!

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2018 9:37 am 
Thank you all for the welcome and I am trying to decide which one to do first. I sort of started a Halloween house but was stalled and need to pick it up again. Will keep you posted.


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