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    Quote Originally Posted by deku View Post
    Sorry, I'm not sure what you mean!
    You must create an epic felt land!
    It could be true that I'm the only person excited by the idea of a miniature felt village...
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    @deku I love your creativity and skills!

    Amazing work

    I would have adored a set like this to play with as a youngster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    You must create an epic felt land!
    It could be true that I'm the only person excited by the idea of a miniature felt village...
    Hahaha definitely not the only person! I'm thinking I gradually start replacing items in our house with felt replicas and one day DH arrives home to a rainbow, felty wonderland.
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    @deku I love your creativity and skills!

    Amazing work

    I would have adored a set like this to play with as a youngster.
    Thanks! (I'm glad you said skills and not talent, it's a skill anyone can learn!)
    I hope DS likes playing with them eventually, though if he's anything like me they'll pretty much just be 3D puzzle pieces to neatly arrange

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    Quote Originally Posted by deku View Post
    Hahaha definitely not the only person! I'm thinking I gradually start replacing items in our house with felt replicas and one day DH arrives home to a rainbow, felty wonderland.

    Thanks! (I'm glad you said skills and not talent, it's a skill anyone can learn!)
    I hope DS likes playing with them eventually, though if he's anything like me they'll pretty much just be 3D puzzle pieces to neatly arrange
    If the rainbow felty wonderland happens I am coming to live at your house!!!

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