Using Christmas wreaths (old and new ones found at Hobby Lobby), the author stripped off their branches, painted them with spray paint, dipped them in white glue mixed with water, and sprinkled ground foam to make realistic looking conifer trees in a matter of minutes per tree. They scale to about 20 feet tall in S-scale.
The author (Dave Jasper) describes how he uses fake fur to make his grass fields (shown on this issue's cover).
Using the stranded-wire technique, the author describes how he built new trees to improve upon the ones he had previously built. Includes several photos.
Using left-over Christmas decorations to serve as the basis for S-scale trees. Includes construction photos.
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