Here's one I saw for the first time today, and, frankly, I am mildly impressed. May be a Hallmark on my tree?
A Firechicken with a Xmas present in the back seat……how cute!🥰
David, I have this Corvette hanging on my Hallmark tree. A few years ago my wife said my Hallmark ornaments were taking up too much of the large tree so she bought a four foot tree and put my ornaments on it. The small tree stays up 12 months a year. She also found some Route 66 fabric and made a skirt out of it.
Thanks David. I agree she is very special and likes my cars as much as I like her miniatures and room boxes.
I have collected the Hallmark car and truck ornaments for years. I have one tree just for the cars and trucks and my wife's Barbie ornaments.
I have most of the car and pickup truck series which are really nice but I often buy the Fire truck and Train series as well. They are equally well done IMHO.
Jack I also have the fire trucks and trains but they are on shelves instead of the tree...quite the challenge to dust.
Thanks Frank. Yes that's how I do it but it still requires picking up each piece and holding it and replacing it otherwise they will blow around.
@bob-jackman Have you tried using a makeup brush. They are soft and work great for dusting models. I use one on all my diecast cars. It's laborious but it keeps from breaking off parts.
Thanks John. Yes I use a make up brush and it works beautifully.
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