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Farstar writes:

Speaking of LeMax, I tripped over one of their many cobrands at a Hallmark store the other night. It seems that in *some* channels, the brick path vinyl rolls you see at Michael's and so forth are available in *sheets*. I now have three 2'x2' (23-1/2" square, really) sheets of vinyl brick pattern…

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It's probably too late already this season to snatch these bargains up, but I was able to grab this particular set of Lemax Christmas Village trees for about $6.00 USD after the holidays (normally $14.95 USD).

21-Tree Pack

(And when I went back to get more, they had sold out...)

21 fir trees

The 21-tree set that I found includes two 9" trees, three 5½" trees, six 3 3/4" trees, and ten 2½" trees. The "trees" are basically brushes that have been trimmed to shape; some have their bristles a bit bent, but most are straight. The bases are hollow white plastic.

Trees with 28mm scale figures

The trees work well with 28mm scale figures...

Trees with 28mm scale figure (close up)

...and do a good job of breaking up the battlefield, providing lots of cover and places to hide.

Trees with 15mm scale figures

The smaller trees also work well with 15mm scale figures.

Trees with 15mm scale figures
28mm figures from the Santa Claws Gang range at Amazon Miniatures. 15mm figures from the AK47 range at Peter Pig.