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Old 11-03-2011, 02:33 PM   #46
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I can almost forgive not including the TP since you made such awesome toys. How about a litte bitty car too.
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Old 11-03-2011, 02:35 PM   #47
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I was so looking forward to the TP elements I dug out some old potty training photos. I will have to wait for the TP element set.
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Old 11-03-2011, 02:54 PM   #48
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Only unused tp, right? RIGHT!?!
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Old 11-03-2011, 04:38 PM   #49
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No, it's recycled, neak.
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Old 11-03-2011, 06:43 PM   #50
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I'd love to see a bit more red, how about several rings attached with links of chain, or if you're going for a VC, perhaps a frame of tubular metal with a couple of extra tubes on the sides (kinda like the yellow railings) I can picture it in my mind but it's harder to explain.Hope you can see it too.
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Old 11-04-2011, 03:30 AM   #51
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Moog, I actually tried a frame like that - it was red, but it overwhelmed the entire kit so I ditched it. Your idea might be groovy but I did something wrong, anyway.

Here is the swingset and the little car.

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Old 11-04-2011, 04:32 AM   #52
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And in a burst of productivity, here is the word art that SherryLynn requested, the spring animal, and another neutral background - distressed cardboard.

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Old 11-04-2011, 04:37 AM   #53
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Do we need some 'paper' type elements to cluster? I thought I'd do the little bunch of wildflowers - that should help with that because they can work either way. Is there anything else that would work for clustering too? Do we need another frame or some scattered beads or something? Think about how you'd put together a layout if you weren't using the grass and sky background and the sandbox - and see what we need to finish this off with. Three more elements should do it which would make an XSVC. Unless you want two full kits - I don't mind if no one is in a hurry for it! I think I do want to make another shape frame or frame set. Newsprint? What about a stamp of some kind, even if it's just a row of messy circles; something to spread on the plainer backgrounds...(?)
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Cardboard circles (or shapes for clustering) made of cardboard but maybe some of them with light patterns on them?

Sticks (or branches)

Dandelions

a bucket and shovel
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Old 11-04-2011, 05:48 AM   #55
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Do we need some 'paper' type elements to cluster? I thought I'd do the little bunch of wildflowers - that should help with that because they can work either way. Is there anything else that would work for clustering too? Do we need another frame or some scattered beads or something? Think about how you'd put together a layout if you weren't using the grass and sky background and the sandbox - and see what we need to finish this off with. Three more elements should do it which would make an XSVC. Unless you want two full kits - I don't mind if no one is in a hurry for it! I think I do want to make another shape frame or frame set. Newsprint? What about a stamp of some kind, even if it's just a row of messy circles; something to spread on the plainer backgrounds...(?)
Love this Z! Awesome so far
Is the pennant banner separate from the swingset? If not, that would be great for adding to the plainer ones. Maybe also:
Ribbons or strings going vertical and horizontal
Balloon or bunch of balloons
Kite
Butterfly
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Old 11-05-2011, 01:11 PM   #56
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Tane, the pennants are not separate but they can be - great idea!

I'll see about some dandelions, Lora!
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This is going to be a wonderful kit, Z!
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Old 11-05-2011, 04:02 PM   #58
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Not sure how I missed this but it looks so fun!! Great kit!

Z - Didn't you make a TP kit once? Someone did...I made a layout with it. I need to go check who made it. I don't think it ever went into the store though. I totally think you could do a TP kit...you already came up with great uses for it -- teenage pranks, potty training, and pets! If you could combine all three, it would be a very useful kit!

Don't you need a sun in the playground kit? Clouds? Old cigarette butts? HA HA HA! I think you should also have a BP with a full sand page, a full sky page, a full grass page, and then some primary colors. People could crop them at will then. Maybe even a blacktop background...kind of rocky black.

Ooooo - you could make a painted basketball court overlay! Maybe you need ANOTHER kit for the playground, but for older kids...a volleyball net, basketball hoop, basketball court painted line overlay thingy, a soda can, some balls, some word art about just hanging out...
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You did make one! You did make one! A TP kit that is...and it inspired me to make this layout years ago...



See - - it is a TOTALLY useful kit!!!
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Lol, I remember that layout! And six years later you still haven't succumbed to marrying him. I never saw a layout of 'cons' anywhere!
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