To make the iceberg diorama shown on the Winter Effects box, we used Scene-A-Rama Winter Effects, Ripplin’ Water Kit and Plaster Cloth, and it was modeled on the Large Project Base & Backdrop. Each Scene-A-Rama kit includes detailed instructions explaining how to use the products.
To form the icebergs, we used strips of cardboard to make iceberg forms. The forms were filled in small newspaper wads and covered in Plaster Cloth. Snow Base and Snowflakes was applied on top of icebergs. The blue ocean was painted with Water Undercoat, and Realistic Water was added to give it a shiny or "wet" appearance. Water Effects can be dabbed on top of dried Realistic Water to create waves.
For more project ideas, the Scene-A-Rama A+ Projects & Dioramas: The Student’s Handbook contains fully illustrated, step-by-step instructions for 34 different dioramas and more than 250 modeling techniques. Visit scenearama.com to view The Student's Handbook and find loads of helpful how-to videos.
Yes, it can be erupted multiple times. However, the landscape materials on the exterior of the volcano will eventually break down from the moisture of the eruption mixture.
Here's how to make additional Eruption Mixture 1. Mix 1 drop yellow and 1 drop red food coloring with 2 fluid ounces of vinegar.2. Pour 2 teaspoons baking soda into Volcano Tube.3. Pour vinegar mixture into Volcano Tube and watch it erupt!