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#1 Posted : Tuesday, November 23, 2010 1:54:59 PM(UTC)
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I am posting my Christmas wonderland scene . I'm just waiting for my gas laterns to come infor the other side . I drilled holes and fit a series of lights 24 mini one My husband tore out of another not wanted non christmas product--for santas runway to the workshop. Feel free to ask questions

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, November 24, 2010 4:29:08 AM(UTC)
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That is amazing it must have taken forever ... great job ....TFS BigGrin
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sunflower40ca on 11/24/2010(UTC)
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#3 Posted : Wednesday, November 24, 2010 6:23:59 AM(UTC)
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kpan4 wrote:
That is amazing it must have taken forever ... great job ....TFS BigGrin



Thank you , actually It seemed very quick to me, probably because I'm used to the3D stuff , I made one similar but different to this one. My first one seemed to take forever because I made 2D characters into #D now the sesonal village cart. helped me to be faster.
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#4 Posted : Wednesday, November 24, 2010 6:40:59 AM(UTC)
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WOW!!! Great job. BigGrin
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sunflower40ca on 11/24/2010(UTC)
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#5 Posted : Wednesday, November 24, 2010 8:00:43 PM(UTC)
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Finished 3D scene with it lit up
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#6 Posted : Sunday, November 28, 2010 12:22:05 PM(UTC)
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This is absolutely fantastatic! Really love how you lit the scene - makes it lovely day or night. I only hope my village turns as half as nice as yours. Thanks for the great idea of using the 3D people from this new cart - hope you don't mind if I scrap-lift it. I'm new to this 3D stuff having made only the Haunted House - and now you've made me really want to do the WW village. tfs.
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sunflower40ca on 11/28/2010(UTC)
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#7 Posted : Sunday, November 28, 2010 4:01:15 PM(UTC)
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This is absolutely fantastatic! Really love how you lit the scene - makes it lovely day or night. I only hope my village turns as half as nice as yours. Thanks for the great idea of using the 3D people from this new cart - hope you don't mind if I scrap-lift it. I'm new to this 3D stuff having made only the Haunted House - and now you've made me really want to do the WW village. tfs.



I like to think of my stuff is one of a kind- but have fun with it that's what it is all about. FUN
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#8 Posted : Monday, November 29, 2010 12:41:14 AM(UTC)
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Beautiful work! TFS
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sunflower40ca on 11/29/2010(UTC)
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#9 Posted : Tuesday, November 30, 2010 11:39:30 PM(UTC)
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This is really nice...which carts did you use? I see Christmas village and I think the clock tower is from Wonderland? Do you mind sharing details? On your other post (Nativity Scene) you said you used poster board for sturdiness and I think you glued the pattern paper over it? Shear genius!
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sunflower40ca on 12/1/2010(UTC)
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#10 Posted : Wednesday, December 01, 2010 7:14:26 AM(UTC)
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ShellyWorld wrote:
This is really nice...which carts did you use? I see Christmas village and I think the clock tower is from Wonderland? Do you mind sharing details? On your other post (Nativity Scene) you said you used poster board for sturdiness and I think you glued the pattern paper over it? Shear genius!



Thank you , sure I'll share. I thought about the patterened paper but didn't see anything I liked so what

I did was use Ridgid wrap , cut it in lengths and dip it into a container of water squeese the excess water out'

make sure your board is covered in white glue- cover the whole board. you can shape roads with it or make it bumpy in places then I used 2.5 pks so the board doesn't buckle I painted it with white acrylic paint right away, just globbed it on

Next I reapplied white glue covered it Diamond Dust (michael's)rolled it with a Brayer then finished with Angel Glitter.

Don't move your board for a few days this prevents the board from curling.If it does curl you will have to Gorilla glue another board under it using clamps. I did that with the first one.

I cut half of the plastic packaging from a cricut cartridge for my icerink foundation.--covered with same materials as board-- cut and glued with clear glue a piece of the acrylic from an old 12x12 cricut cutting mat cover

I used air dry plasterscene also for the ski hill covered with same stuff.
winter frolic, winter wonderland, Christmas village , my world for the fences Joy of season cartridges. Sticklers ,flocking , a real clock velcroced the tower shut to access the battery in clock every year.I embossed using cuttlebug, ised candy cane rope/ribbon, Leather reins I glittered, used Jewels for nut cracker and glossy accents for faces to make them stronger.

Drilled holes for my intermittent led lights velcroced the battery packs so they can be put under a table and out of the way. Hope this helps.
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#11 Posted : Wednesday, December 01, 2010 7:17:43 AM(UTC)
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ShellyWorld wrote:
This is really nice...which carts did you use? I see Christmas village and I think the clock tower is from Wonderland? Do you mind sharing details? On your other post (Nativity Scene) you said you used poster board for sturdiness and I think you glued the pattern paper over it? Shear genius!



On my nativity scene I also used ridgid wrap and sprayed a textured sand for the base
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