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2 Recolours of Orchid in a Modern Vase - Tea and Blue!

by damnedcitizen Posted 15th Aug 2009 at 4:26 PM - Updated 9th Jan 2010 at 2:30 PM by damnedcitizen
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This is a Maxis Recolour which means that it is a recolour of an item that already exists in your game. Please check the Expansion pack requirements to see which game pack it recolours.
Hey
Again a small upload of small but how meaningful items!
I guess most of us, TS3 players, have at least once wondered why the hell did EA make this orchid in such a repulsive colour and made it unrecolourable. It just looked wrong in the majority of interiors. So..I decided to recolour it, because I'm that kinda person for whom everything must fit.
And there you go - a tea colour orchid and a blue orchid. Hope you like it and if you do, please comment or at least click thanks I also appreciate honest constructive feedback.

Mara <damnedcitizen>

Prices
Tea-coloured one - 120$
Blue - 120$

These items are stand-alone, they do not replace anything!

! IMPORTANT ! 09.01.2010: This set of items has been fixed and now works properly with WA and the patch that came with it. You can now safely redownload the fixed items and use them in your game.


Additional Credits:
Inge and Peter Jones for the S3OC and S3PE Xanathon for the tutorial on cloning and retexturing
Tags: #vase, #modern, #orchid, #plant, #recolor, #flower, #tea, #peach, #blue

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Sims 3
Key: - File was updated after upload was posted
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damnedcitizen_TeaOrchid fixed for WA.rar

Size: 438.6 KB · Downloads: 5,019 · 9th Jan 2010
438.6 KB 5,019 9th Jan 2010
damnedcitizen_BlueOrchid fixed for WA.rar

Size: 438.5 KB · Downloads: 5,300 · 9th Jan 2010
438.5 KB 5,300 9th Jan 2010
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#26 Old 14th Oct 2010 at 7:57 AM
All orchids are welcome, thank you!
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#27 Old 14th Jan 2011 at 12:43 PM
So pleased you did this. Now I can actually have an orchid for any occasion. Thank you
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#28 Old 21st Aug 2012 at 4:30 PM
Ah. The original is purple....so what was that bright one. Well, to the point. Thanks!!x10 These look very spiffy.
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