Woodland Scenics SP4123 Winter Effects Diorama Kit,Multicolor

(9 customer reviews)


Last updated on February 24, 2024 3:41 am Details


  • Good item for making many types of arts and crafts projects
  • They are ideal for home decor projects, holiday ornaments and decorations, or handmade gifts that will add charm
  • Manufactured in china

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Additional information


Woodland Scenics





Item Dimensions LxWxH

7.5 x 5.6 x 2.4 inches



Item Weight

10.4 ounces

Number of pieces


Model Name


Product Dimensions

7.5 x 5.6 x 2.4 inches



Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Assembly required


Batteries required


9 reviews for Woodland Scenics SP4123 Winter Effects Diorama Kit,Multicolor

  1. Froggy

    Worked well for my sons shoebox project on polar bears! Just wished there was more product for the “fake” ice making! Comes in a tiny tiny bottle like trial size visine if not smaller. Easy to mix and make snow shaker part!

  2. Corinne

    Is a little bit pricy but the kids enjoying with the craft

  3. manu

    nice product easy to use

  4. Thomas S.

    The components are relatively complete for a winter scene. However the instructions are vague on the drying time of larger snowdrifts it does not indicate whether it takes 30 minutes an hour three hours a day a week a month to dry. Asking woodland scenics they suggested 24 hours which would be great for them to print on their documentation. The application of the snow dust on to the applied snow base doesn’t stick as well as one would expect and so that message isn’t all that useful other than providing a very light texture. Snowdrifts work well in using that mixing of base and dust been applying that paste is the recommended way of covering a scene pre-painting the scene with white is even better

  5. Daniel Muradyan

    Perfect for an arctic tundra biome project ! Read all directions before use worked perfect for my girls 3rd grade biomes.

  6. A. Taylor

    Worked nice for my 1st grade child’s diorama project on an arctic fox. We used this product and some sticks and rocks for the bottom.

  7. Grant

    Pack doesn’t include enough to do much other than the snow and glue. Not really worth the price. the snow is good and worked well over polystyrene embankments that my daughter and I made… but it’s nowhere near enough ‘ice’ glue to make the frozen rivers pictured and had no putty type material to make land masses/icebergs or anything else. The snow looks great, and the glue worked well for filling gaps (but it’s regular school glue really and you can get that for all of a dollar).

  8. A. Taylor

    Not the best. No instructions. The end product looked nothing like the package or the video. However we improvised and made it work by adding styrofoam and compressed can snow.

  9. Robert Riley

    I need to learn how to do better winter scenery for our Christmas village, and this has all the essentials, so it fits the bill. Would like more of everything, but you get what you pay for.

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