We'll take two of each, especially that neat little army "jeep"; from the late 50's, early 60's. Click on the photo.
We're always on the look-out for interesting architecture so our putz artisans can feel even more inspired; check this beauty out http://bit.ly/1bFJcF6
Recently a friend of ours decorated for Valentine's Day using battery operated tealights in these little candy boxes--SEE http://bit.ly/1eB0AO1--the effect was quite magical and so we popped into the site where she bought them. It's called LIGHT IN THE BOX--and we had been there before--in fact their ads have been popping up everywhere--it seems to sell just about everything but we just love the house shaped "favor boxes" http://bit.ly/1niHwn7
If you're sick of the snow and cold--we're not there yet!--then why not visit Sandy Shores, the world of summer putz in so many words. Click on the link http://www.bigindoortrains.com/primer/glitterhouses/seaside/welcome_to_sandy_shores.htm
AND CHECK THIS OUT FROM PAUL RACE--I thought some of you might enjoy my story of using my alto sax to fill in for a Salvation army bellringer at Wal-Mart last Christmas season. http://familychristmasonline.com/musings/give_a_toot/give_a_toot.htm