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Spring Garden CAS - Request

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Uploaded: 28th May 2010 at 12:21 AM
Updated: 4th Jul 2010 at 4:32 PM
This CAS Screen is a request by oscarzoa. Now that the warmer weather is finally making its way to my neck of the woods I thought a cute little cottage with loads of flowers would be a great way to celebrate the coming of spring! Create your Sim in a garden lush with flowers that looks so inviting, I wish I could spend my mornings there! Your family will convene in front of the cozy cottage and wish they could just relax their days away forever.

This lot requires several pieces of custom content:
Various plants from the October Decorative Plant Set by macarossi
Luma Fence (short one) by Sims2Play
Siepe walls by Jasiek123
Watering Can by Jope at Simply Styling (objects->objects with our meshes->outdoor page 16)
Secret Garden terrain paints by Margierytka

Armchair and Tray with Plants & Book from ATS2
Bench by Raonjena (registration required)
Cardinals & Birdhouse from Betsey's Little Sim Shoppes
Flowerbox for Balconies and Fences by MaryLou
Birdbarth & Lights from Lilly's Secret Gardern by buggybooz
Cura Fence by ulmille
Antequera fountain by jon119

This CAS has been created using the amazing AnyGameStarter by the even more amazing Numenor, so there'll be no random pets or freezing sims. Just simply plop into your Downloads folder!

I strongly recommend utilizing Windkeeper's empty CAS tools in order to fully appreciate all the detail in this CAS! I use the podium hider, family part hider, and for this particular screen I used the wood mirror frame.

*Please note, the screenshots were taken on a widescreen monitor; your view may vary on a standard screen.*


Additional Credits:
Numenor for the AnyGameStarter
Windkeeper for her CAS! hiders
CC creators listed above
All the people who've written tutorials on creating your own CAS! screens