It’s that time of year again. LivingSims is pleased to offer you our Holiday edition, full of exciting ideas to help you decorate for the winter season. All of us at LivingSims wish you and yours a wonderful holiday!
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Our small staff has worked hard on getting this new issue to you. It has taken some time, but I think we have some great articles for you – like a brand new article on color theory and a great article by LadySpider on how to edit your sims pictures to make the most of them. We also have community features, sims 2 finds and a stack of other articles for you!
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Can you transform the boring rooftop terrace into a cool rooftop garden? Can you give our sims a new life? Make a cool apartment. Come join us and your pictures might be in the next issue of LivingSims magazine!
The sims just moved into the city, but their apartment building doesn’t have any garden which your sims are missing horribly. Luckily the building has a large rooftop terrace which can be converted. We want you to help the sims of this challenge to create an amazing getaway on top of their boring apartment building. While you are at it, help them decorate their new apartment as well. Continue reading “New Challenge: In the Sky 2.0”
We have tips, beautiful houses, wonderful gifts for Sims 4 and holiday finds for you.
The staff wish you a safe and happy holiday! Enjoy the issue and remember to eat cookies.
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