Wednesday, March 24, 2010
I use model railroad lanscaping materials for my
landscapes because I know they will maintain their color and texture over time. The plastic box on the left holds fine ground foam in a mixture of medium to light greens, which I use for grass. (Adding a light color gives the effect of sun on the grass, so that it looks more real.) The flowers are little snips of bunka.
For the stones, I use real, tiny beach pebbles, which are readily available on lakeshores here in the midwest. If you don't happen to have a lake nearby, you can use the tiny stones that pet shops sell for aquariums.
I hope to have these finished by this evening.
Posted by Nell Corkin at 6:40 AM
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