Many, many years ago a Barbie plane joined my collection of playsets. It came with cool miniatures and a neat trolley, but the plane had only two passenger seats and the interior was rather short in relation to the height of the dolls. See one here at Amazon.com.
Recently, I needed to create a realistic interior scene of a plane and so I took my Silhouette cutting machine to task. I created a four layered wall pattern, which would form the background to the window seats.
Here are the four patterns.
Each piece is half of a sheet of cardstock paper. If you are interested in the Silhouette pattern, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. The sheets were stacked and glued, from sheet one to four (sheet four bottom, sheet four top). (Silhouette Website)
Then a piece of clear plastic like from toy packaging was cut and glued behind the window. Behind that you can pick the scenery to stick behind. I choose blue sky and clouds.
Now you have airplane windows!
The chairs are from the Barbie airplane, but I covered the seats with a cream felt material. Extra seats were obtained on eBay as I wanted the plane to have a few rows for passengers.
Maybe I should have painted the seats first before covering with felt, as you can slightly see the pink. A quick fix would be to cover this spot with those disposable head rest covers with the airline logo printed on to it.
Each window was pasted on to a pliable piece of cardboard (opened out cereal box) and then rounded forward to give the effect of the curved side of the plane.
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