Boomerang Springer, the Aussie Outback Sylvanian postie.
Do you take your Sylvanian Families with you on holidays? Or even out in your own backyard?
Sylvanian Families always look great in natural outdoor settings
"STOP!" Rebecca Periwinkle Rabbit warns her class mates as she teeters on the edge of a dangerous mountain cliff!
TIP: To keep Sylvanian Figures feet from becoming discoloured while outdoors, you can cut paper to fit on the sole of their feet.
Ingrid Blackberry and the little beagle boy navigate a fallen log as they cross the fast-flowing rapids!
There's nothing like a gentle paddle up the river at sunset for Katie Darwin Monkey and her brother Simion.
TIP: A very shallow area of water, (as in this picture) is ideal for a water scene, where the boat is touching the bottom so can't tip over
Camping at night under the stars
(tip: As we only had 1 Sylvanian sleeping bag we used a boy's sock for Harry Beagle's)
A real miniature campfire! But be Fire-Safety Aware!
About to visit a mine!
TIP: Sylvanian Families photos usually turn out better when taken in the shade, rather than full sunlight or dappled light
There’s always plenty of places to explore, even caves where you might find long lost relics from the prehistoric stone-age Sylvania era!
Archeology loving Patrick Petite, the Headmaster at the Sylvanian Village School discovers the Stonehenge of Sylvania.
Exploring the great rocky canyon!
TIP: Outdoor adventures are ideal for figures that already have a little wear on them. It's not advisable to use vintage figures that are hard to replace in outdoor settings in case of accidental damage.
A bit of a cliffhanger! Hold on to that sheer rockface, Ingrid Blackberry!
Sylvania's George and Mildred Mulberry Racoon are a pair of Grandparents who are always up for an outdoor adventure!
However, George is sometimes not quite so certain when it's his speed demon wife who's got her hand on the throttle!
Ahhhh... time to relax! A campfire never goes amiss
Photography Tip: Take your photos from ground-level, eye to eye with your Sylvanian figures for more realistic scenes)
Nothing like a bit of Australian bush poetry around the fire. Boomerang Springer recites "The Roo from Snowy River"
TIP: Pack a few little Sylvanian accessories with you in a ziplock bag to add to the scene)
An outdoor selfie shot indeed!
(By the way, the mobile phone and selfie stick are not Sylvanian)
Oh dear! Accident on the mountainside! Ingrid Blackberry sprains her ankle.
Lucky help is on it's way!
Anywhere's a jungle for a Sylvanian! Even in your own backyard! But don't let them get lost!
TIP: Get creative and use what is available around you in photographs, making sure they fit to Sylvanian size scale for the best results
Ingrid Blackberry learns to play the Didgeridoo
We hope you've enjoyed these Outdoor Adventures as much as we enjoyed taking the photos!
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