Miss Mamie is one of the group of physically challenged Woodland Scenics figures. Mamie was an ugly white lady with a knee length plaid skirt and sweater. I thought she needed a little more dignity, with a nice blue jacket and black skirt. I’m still struggling with the best method to lengthen a skirt. Currently, I am using multiple coats of Elmer’s Glue. It can’t be anything with texture, because texture in this scale would not be visible to the naked eye. If anyone has a better idea, let me know!
It’s always fun when Mr. Schueler entertains the diners at the outdoor cafe! Thank goodness for the unseasonably mild weather!
I love an occasional rainy day in Oak Valley, with the wet pavers.
I love finding little people and elements to make scenes more interesting. Mr. Miller’s seasonal job.
The street fair has been fun, with residents coming in from around town. I love finding a place for unexpected characters, like Dr. Davis doctoring dolls and teddy bears.
I love Preiser’s detail and quality, but am always open new activities that I can introduce to Oak Valley. The first physically challenged citizens are made by Woodland Scenics, and are already in the town. Meet Grandma and Buddy.