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November 27, 2020

 

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"It takes a Village to make a Village"

 

 

 

WOW! Villaging at its best, from WintersElf of our forum.

She wrote: "... me, Mom and my daughter just painted

our first village pieces together ... mine is the Toy Shop,

Caties is the middle house and Mom's is the Bakery." 

And so it begins . . .

 

 

MMC Forum's e_xander's wife shares their village with her granddaughter.

"Another villager has been born."    Thanks for sharing!

 

 

According to Phil Adkins: "I'm afraid it's changing from

a hobby to an obsession!"  We know the feeling.

Thanks for sharing your passion with us.

 

 

I love the effort, time and care that went into this

beautiful village photo by fellow MMC Forum member,

"Petronius" from Ohio, USA. Study and enjoy!

 

 

This neat village building was hand painted by

MMC Forum member "Art the Bookworm" and is

part of his "personal touch" Christmas. Love it!

     

  

 

What an AWESOME picture!  This is from the Dickens Display at the

Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum, in Sunnyvale, CaliforniaWell done.

What a great addition to any museum to draw visitors to share their information. 

 

 

Beautiful display by Drew S. from Ayden, North Carolina.

I feel like strolling down the snow covered avenue.

 

 

This is a beautiful example of a laser-cut wooden village from

Fairy Light UK.  Very popular in Europe.

 

 

An awesome scene from one of the many displays by our own David Spears.

Be sure to read his "Just so you know!" page here on The Village Collector.

 

 

Just Cardboard and Glitter! Amazing village photo from Klaas R. in Netherlands.

Beautiful! I love to see collections from around the world. Thanks for sharing.

 

 

 

This is a handmade cardboard village.  While not as common in the states as they

used to be, they are still very popular around the world.

 

 

This neat photo comes from Linda B. of The 56 Club in New Hampshire. Her passion is

D56 North Pole. I love her multi-level display. Thanks for sharing. I love it when photos

like this just show up in my email. What a great community!

 

 

It seems that a popular village in Europe is by Erzgebirge. This is new to me,

but I found this example. Very beautiful!

 

 

 WOW - Totally Awesome Display.  Wonder where they put the furniture?

 

 

I just love street views of villages. This gorgeous layout covers the entire length of

her dining room buffet table. Well done Connie E. from Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.

 

 

OK - Where's YOUR Village Photo?

Share your Passion - it's Fun to see your efforts Here!

 

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