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Looking for guide submissions

Discussion in 'UO Homes and Castles' started by Kayhynn, May 18, 2009.

  1. Kayhynn

    Kayhynn Certifiable
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    As I continue to add to uohomedecor.com, I've discovered there are only 6 items under "How to Holiday Deco". Those 6 are:
    -Jack O'Lantern
    -Candy Stand
    -Bats
    -Snowman
    -Turkey
    -Bunny

    That being said, I am now open to accepting submissions for this and other categories.

    You can either post them in this thread or e-mail them to me, with pictures, to submissions@uohomedecor.com

    Thanks!
     
  2. Faerunner

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    I'll add some sketchy ideas, but I don't have any guaranteed instructions. I just barely got my tree to have a glowing 'angel' on it last year by sticking a candle on a very high goza and dropping a statue in front of it. Had to do it without the tree in place, too, and then make sure they were high enough to place the tree!

    'nother thing I did last Easter was use a basket (any kind, although the round ones with handles - might be stealables? - are tiny but adorable) and layer colored eggs and/or jewels, and onions/lettuce in it to make an easter basket. Might take some fiddling but it looked cool. A bigger one could be placed outside next to the bunny, or a smaller one could find itself as table decor.

    If you can glean enough info to write instructions out of that, more power to ya - I can't remember the slightest bit of how I managed it, other than fiddling till it came out ok. :eek: I don't think they're terribly complicated projects, though, so maybe someone can use them and actually take screenshots!