Celebrating Christmas in the miniature garden. There is nothing like a mini Christmas scene to make anyone that sees it say, “Awwwwww!”

Cuteness reigns.

Our specialty!

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The tree is a Variegated English Boxwood – it’s a baby tree that we can keep small for years in the miniature garden. The grassy plants is our fave Dwarf Mondo Grass. The branches with the spiky leaves above the mini basket is Sedum Angelina which is not an indoor plant but it’ll last a few days indoors.

Here’s how to bring the outdoors inside for a party or a centerpiece.

I used a string of tiny red, blue and green rice lights, you can find these at a lot of places or online. The pompom garland I made myself – found the wee pompoms at Michael’s Crafts along with the red bead garlands and the gems in the miniature basket. I made that wee holiday bouquet and the miniature garden art pole is one of our own kits, only found at America’s Favorite Miniature Garden Center, TwoGreenThumbs.com. You can also find the red boots, Adirondack rocker and the red water can up in our online store.

Steve and I would like to wish You and Yours a very Happy Merry Christmas!

Stay warm. Stay safe.

See a Hanukkah miniature garden here.

See a Winter Solstice miniature garden here.

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Miniature Christmas DIY

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