54mm (1:32 Scale) Card Stock Accessories for
Funny Little Wars
To complete miniature Echelons/Supply Dumps, and to provide
loads for the Supply Wagons that carry ammunition, rations, and more to the front as part of the game, you've got to
have the goods! Not commonly available for Toy Soldier Collectors--or even at all--Crates and Boxes of weapons,
ammunition, food, water, and even liquors are the very details that breathe life into any tableau.
Each set provides five full color sheets full of Rifle Crates,
Ammunition Boxes, unspecified Supplies, box and barrel labels (in two sizes), and more to cut out and easily assemble.
They can remain hollow, or be glued around the right size and shape of wooden blocks. Craft stores sell inexpensive bags
of these, and barrels in several sizes which may be used, and the variety of Barrel Labels of bulk goods (Flour, Salted
Beef/Pork, Beer, Drinking Water, and much more) can be glued on these, as seen in the example photos. There is also a page
of Field Hospital Supplies in boxes marked "Bandages," "Anesthetics," "Antiseptics," and "Medical Instruments, as well as
a proper Red Cross Flag to fly above, and Red Cross plastrons and armbands to add to your Nurse and Orderly figures.
Carrying the spirit of the game forward, each set is in the
appropriate language (translations provided) with National Markings. Even the proper model of rifle is marked on the
rifle crates and ammunition boxes, as well as Artillery ammo boxes that distinguish between Funny Little War's
Light, Field (Medium), and Heavy Artillery.
Future additions to the line depend on Customer requests.
Any Army, any language, represented in FLW will have the same sort of Supply Crates, Boxes, etc, produced on demand, then
added to the range. So those collecting Armies Horizon Blue or Purple will be able to get the correct French text and
data on their sets, as would Serbian, Italian, Austrian, and the others.
More Miscellaneous items of all kinds will be added to the
Little ...Stuff range as they come along--and your suggestions are welcome!
Please note the 1:32 figures provided for size reference.