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Sam Young

I would really like to be able to pin Houzz articles to Pinterest, but find that I am STILL unable to. Is this likely to be addressed by Houzz shortly? It prevents me sharing things...

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junipergirl

I remember when I was a little baby grasshopper in the 60's (good grief!) we had nothing but the fold out honeycomb Chrissy decorations everywhere! They went out of fashion for a very very long time. Nice to see that they are making a come back.

   

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