Often asked: How To Make A Snow Village Display?

How do I display a Christmas village in a small space?

Small Spaces to Display Your Christmas Village

  1. Your fireplace mantel in a long village display.
  2. A bookshelf in front of books or after the books have been cleared.
  3. On top of kitchen cabinets if there is space between the cabinets and ceiling.
  4. Floating shelves hung on the wall.
  5. Window sills if your pieces are small.

How do you light up a Christmas village?

Use one string of white, LED lights to illuminate you whole village. Forget the forty-thousand cords and the hot bulbs up against your fake snow. It takes a little creativity and a tight layout, but it’s worth it to have one cord running off the table.

How do you hide the cords on Christmas villages?

Trees, fences, ponds, lights, signs, and people will bring your village to life. Fluff and shape village trees for a more realistic look. Use mirrors to create ponds for skaters and boats. Fencing and rock wall accessories are another great way to hide cords.

What Christmas Village is best?

Calling itself the Best Christmas Town in America, Colonial Williamsburg particularly shines at Christmastime. Traditions abound, such as caroling by torchlight, a gun-salute display, and every home in the historic area lighting a candle in their windows—dating back to the days of the Founding Fathers.

How do I clean my department 56 house?

What’s the best way to clean Department 56 Village items? We recommend using a soft brush or feather duster to remove surface dust. Collectors have shared with us that using a hair dryer on a low, cool setting, or using canned air (used to clean computer components) is also effective to remove dust.

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