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Christmas Bauble Face (Style) [SDXL] Team Red

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LoRA
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Dec 5, 2023
Base Model
SDXL 1.0
Training
Steps: 1,290
Epochs: 10
Usage Tips
Clip Skip: 2
Strength: 1
Trigger Words
christmas_ornament
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Transform Any Face into a Christmas Tree Ornament with this LoRa

Ever wanted to turn a face into a unique Christmas tree ornament?
This LoRa can do just that!

Prompting Tips:

Use "close up christmas_ornament, in form of [name_of_your_character], made of ceramic, wearing a santa hat" to get started.
The key phrase here is "christmas_ornament".

The Story Behind the Christmas Ornament

The Christmas ornament has an intriguing history. It's believed that the modern Christmas tree evolved from the "Paradise Tree," used in medieval Paradise plays on December 24. This tree was adorned with apples, nuts, baked goods, and colorful paper flowers. Interestingly, in early 20th century Northern Germany, traditional Christmas tree decorations even included figures of Adam and Eve, and a snake.

Originally, as there were no commercially produced Christmas tree decorations, families made their own every year. Over time, traditional elements like apples and nuts were even gold-colored, a custom that lasted well into the 19th century.

The Christmas Tree Ball - A German Cultural Heritage from Lauscha

Legend has it that the idea of making colored glass balls for Christmas trees originated from a poor glassblower in Lauscha in 1847, who couldn't afford expensive walnuts and apples. The first recorded order for "Christmas balls" in various sizes from a Lauscha glassblower dates back to 1848, indicating these were not made for personal use.

The Christmas Tree Ball Conquers the USA

The real popularity of the Christmas tree ball began in 1880 when Frank Winfield Woolworth, the founder of the famous department store chain, imported them into the USA. This significantly expanded production and established glass Christmas tree decoration as an important economic sector in the region. Until World War I, Lauscha's Christmas balls were the only ones available worldwide. Just before the war, other countries started producing this glass Christmas tree decoration. Today, the Christmas balls from Lauscha, a city known for its glassblowing, are still made in a traditional and high-quality manner.