Our collection of model village trees incorporate everything from Autumnal Maple Trees to Glistering Pine trees; in fact, so much choice do you have before you that you may, quite
understandably, feel a little spoilt for choice. So here we’ve produced a quick guide to making the right model village tree choice for your scenery.
Trees on a budget
If you’re looking to add that natural finishing touch that only miniature trees can provide for your model village, but are on a relatively tight budget, we have numerous options. There is the collection of 9 birch trees which is sufficient for a small to medium size model village; the collection of Assorted Pine Trees (which provides for a fuller look with a touch of snow) or there is the Large Bristle tree, which, at less than £3, can be purchased in threes to line any high street or park scene.
Light up Trees for the ultimate winter wonderland scene
Creating a wintery scene should see you working in glistening snow covered trees that are lit up with ice cool blue LED lights. Some of the trees that we have that fall under this category are: the Lighted Silhouette Tree, the Iced Oak Tree and finally the Cascading Icicle Tree (which is a staff favourite amongst our collection).
Trees for the High Street Scene
When dressing your high street scenes you need to think about having a main tree (to serve as the focal point of the scene) as well as having smaller trees which line or surround your scene. Trees that can serve as the miniature community’s Christmas tree include: the Large Christmas Tree with Lights, the Ceramic Christmas Tree or the Lighted Pine Tree.
First and foremost you need to ensure that your trees are evenly spaced between one another. If you are going to implement clusters of trees then a good figure is clusters of threes, which should then be separated with even spacing between each cluster.
Height: Lining up your trees
Model villages look most effective when they take somewhat of a triangular shape, height wise. This means that you place the tallest building in the centre of the High Street or you choose a Winter Gazebo as the highest point in a park scene. This should then be reflected in the heights of your trees, with the tallest featuring in the middle and the shortest trees to the outer edges of your model village.
Model Village Trees
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