A blog to discuss my many wargaming projects.
How many, you ask?
And I'm adding more
all the time.
Monday, February 25, 2013
Dollar Tree Easter Grass Tufts
I made a trip to the local Dollar Tree store this past weekend and found some neat terrain items. One of these were bags of Easter grass made out of a natural fibrous material that makes great grass tufts for figure bases. I also used some to make thatched roofs. It comes in four colors: green, off white, purple, and pink, and each bag offers a lifetime supply of tufts. I picked up a bag each of the green, off white and purple.
And applied some to some figure bases and am quite pleased with the outcome.
Check out the photos below:
I've been a gamer since my high school days in the 70's. I'm married to Jennifer, and reside in Maryland. I am co-author, along with Buck Surdu, of "GASLIGHT" and several of its supplements, and "Look, Sarge, No Charts: WWII", and "LSNC: ACW". I also wrote the "Thunder & Plunder"; half of our Pirate rules, "Blood & Swash"
I am a founding member of the HAWKs wargames club.