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3D Model Building: Flower Shop

3D Model Building: Flower shop| Craft Activities For Kids

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A fantastically detailed 3D model of a flower shop It is part of a series of miniature high street buildings we have designed which can be printed out and assembled. They are ideal to use to create a 3D town or village for small world play purposes or to use as part of a craft activity in your school or early years setting. They would also look fantastic in a child’s bedroom as a decorative accessory.

The download includes instructions on how to put them together. This takes approximately 10 minutes but it’s definitely worth the effort! As with all of our resources they are completely free to download.

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