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I got a Noch Interlaken for my Christmas layout. I have buildings and the snow shed that should have snow on them. I don't want to just paint it, it won't look right. Anyone got any ideas.
 

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I got a Noch Interlaken for my Christmas layout. I have buildings and the snow shed that should have snow on them. I don't want to just paint it, it won't look right. Anyone got any ideas.
Cotton balls fluffed up look good, at least I think, I mentioned this before but got no comments one way or the other.
I would not glue them on.

They sell the spray stuff but I never used it.

They do sell this stuff, I never used it either,
https://www.ellenhutson.com/woodlan...MIk9fS9IyG5gIV3YVaBR3FmgYUEAQYBSABEgJQhfD_BwE


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found this too,
https://www.amazon.com/Vallejo-VJ26...ocphy=9003530&hvtargid=pla-422678387471&psc=1
 

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snow representation

I got a Noch Interlaken for my Christmas layout. I have buildings and the snow shed that should have snow on them. I don't want to just paint it, it won't look right. Anyone got any ideas.
some plaster or hydrolcal sprinkled on top and sprayed with
water might do the trick.
of-course you might have to experiment.
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I got a Noch Interlaken for my Christmas layout. I have buildings and the snow shed that should have snow on them. I don't want to just paint it, it won't look right. Anyone got any ideas.
ftauss;

Woodland scenics sells powdered "snow" scenery material made of finely ground Styrofoam at a typically high w/s price. If you have a piece of Styrofoam packing material and a piece of sandpaper, you could make your own. Tamiya model paint's "flat base" makes excellent "frost", or thin "snow."

good luck, have fun;

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