Halloween, Christmas and Easter Display Platforms
Holds: 10 to 11 buildings
Series: Snowflake Series
Designed For: Small, medium and large buildings
Size: 42" (from left to right) x 45 1/2" (from front to back)
Ships In: One Week
Optional Display Stands: $35.00
Optional Skirting: $36.00
# of Pieces: 2
Welcome to the Christmas Square. A festive plot of land where you’ll find everything and anything you may need. With room to fit 10 - 11 buildings plus accessories, 3 elevations for your buildings and accessories (four if you count the front sidewalk area), and cobblestone pathways throughout, this display platform will certainly take your village to a new and exciting level.
The platform coordinates with all of the other platforms in the Snow Flake series. Simply slide one platform next to the other, in any order to create a larger display area.
On the first level (nearest the front) are two large cobblestone areas for your buildings and accessories (one on the left and one on the right). Each area can hold two buildings and lots of accessories. The curving stonewalls makes a great backdrop for your buildings.
Between these two cobblestone areas, in the center of the platform is a staircase leading up to the second level. One of the main features of the second level is the circular pathway with room for lampposts, park benches, trees and accessories all around it. On the inside of the circular pathway is plenty of room to showcase your favorite building and accessories (if you'd like, any of the cobblestone pathways that intersect in the center can be covered over with extra snow to make it disappear).
On the outside of the circular pathway, behind the pathway going all the way across the platform, are areas for a building and accessories. There is enough room to place the buildings at an angle, facing in towards the center of the display. There are also locations for four lamp posts (two on each side). Again, you don't need to use all of the locations for the lamp posts. These areas can be simply covered over with some of the extra snow included with the platform, and used for other purposes.
The third level is along the back and has a large cobblestone area that will hold up to four buildings and accessories.
Features of this display include:
We strongly suggest purchasing our display stands or creating you own. The stands raises the display four inches off your table or counter, so the power cords and wires can be located under the display instead of coming out the sides or back, ruining the magical look of your village. We also offer skirting in a season pattern to go around the platform to hide the display stands, battery packs and wires.
Please Note: Our displays are shown with Dept. 56 and Lemax building and accessories. However buildings and accessories are just for presentation purposes only. No Dept. 56 or Lemax items are include with the platforms unless otherwise noted.
Front view of the Christmas Square platform
Platform without any buildings or accessories (front sidewalk not shown). The rectangular holes in the cobblestones are for the building. The same size rectangular holes in the snow are for the lamp post. The larger rectangular holes are for accessories with battery packs.
Picture from the front of the display with no light on except from the buildings and accessories.
The center of the display. We have it set up as a park, but you could easily put a building in the center instead, and use the area for other purposes (to make any of the cobblestone pathways disappear, simply sprinkle some of the extra snow over it). We have places for lamp post around the circular pathway, plus plenty of room for your accessories.
Same area as the picture above, but at a different angle.
Left middle portion of the display. There is a middle cobblestone pathway that goes across the display, and will connect to a similar cobblestone pathway on other platforms from the same series. The picture shows the pathway lined with short stacked stone lamp posts and trees.
View of the back middle section of the displays. The back section is at the highest elevation, with steps leading down to the park.