New Year's Eve in the Miniature Garden
Happy New Year from the Miniature Garden!

Happy New Year from the Miniature Garden!

Join me on a photo journey for celebrating the New Year in the Miniature Garden!

New Year's Eve in the Miniature Garden
Added “a little” twinkle and sparkle with some tiny mirrors. Another resource and idea to add to the Miniature Garden Society!
New Year's Eve in the Miniature Garden
Used a Christmas wreath around the NYE sculpture to add color and bling.
New Year's Eve in the Miniature Garden
Found this guy in an antique mall here in Seattle. He’s custom painted for the miniature garden to look old and ancient. 
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New Year's Eve in the Miniature Garden
Making sure this coming year is packed FULL of love! 
New Year's Eve in the Miniature Garden
I found the hat and noise maker at my local dollhouse miniature store.
New Year's Eve in the Miniature Garden
This garden is about 6 or 7 years old and went through one major renovation. We go over the details in the Miniature Garden Society! 
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New Year's Eve in the Miniature Garden
I left the lights on from Christmas – those are always the hardest to take down because I love them so. But the way I wound this strand so tightly on the branches, it will have to come off before springtime. 
New Year's Eve in the Miniature Garden
Now you can tell I shot the photos in my studio? Yeah, it was cold out. Lol! 
New Year's Eve in the Miniature Garden
A retro dollhouse miniature bench painted silver fits into the scene nicely.
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New Year's Eve in the Miniature Garden
Another full shot of the custom miniature New Year’s Eve sculpture. We’ll be diving into custom painting techniques in the Miniature Garden Society.
New Year's Eve in the Miniature Garden
Cutting from full-sized plants did the trick to make this quick seasonal bouquet!
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New Year's Eve in the Miniature Garden
The Stone side table is made from a tile piece and a miniature urn.
New Year's Eve in the Miniature Garden
I just love the miniature log animals! They won’t be packed up too quickly…

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