Happy Holidays!

Hooray, my Christmas display is finally finished! I’m so happy I got it done before Christmas….lol

This year’s display is much much smaller compared to last year’s, but I’ve packed the inside with lots of fun things!


Let’s open the glass door…

It’s a scene of a Christmas gift shop! I have some of the items I’ve received as gifts from my friends incorporated in this scene, too.  I wonder how many of you hard core readers of this blog can spot them. :p

Alright, let’s have the shoppers wait outside for a minute, and I’ll show you around…

This is the view from the side.  I hope it looks exciting enough that you’d want to walk in and take a look. 🙂

“Welcome!”  I made this gray wooden counter using balsa wood.

I’ve repainted an old SF shelf into Christmas design.   I’ve used some store bought items for this display, like the white deer, red robin, teddy bear (I added his scarf), and jams from SF miniatures.

After giving out the last snow dome, I decided to make another to keep, and put on the counter.  This time, I added a sled and a wreath on the cottage door.

This is a cookie mix jar I made with my son.  We used real cookie ingredients from our pantry. (Luckily, SLC is ridiculously dry all year around, so we don’t have to worry about mold etc.  If you’re trying this out, I recommend sticking in a few silica gel balls inside.)

This is another part I like about this scene.  I made miniature paper bags out of washi tapes.

Okay, so did you spot any of the creations by my friends?

This flower pot was given to me by Yuuzu a couple years ago.

These balls of yarn are from Okenoruk.

I boxed some of the Chocolates from Soramama.

And a Christmas plate from Matsuko.

I’m pretty happy with  this display, although I won’t have very much time to display it in my house this year.  Let’s hope it’s still intact next Christmas!

Oh, and I’m going to be doing some constructions on this site during the Christmas break, so I think I will take a bit of a break from posting as well.  My plan is to be back with a new article early January.

Happy Holidays, everyone! See you soon!


9 Replies to “Happy Holidays!”

    1. Thanks! Yup, yup! So far I’ve been very sick from some kind of stomach flu my son gave me, but I’m finally recovering, so I’m hoping I can start working on the renovation of this site tomorrow. Have a happy happy new year, and see you soon!

      1. Sorry to read about that! Hope you are better now! Kids always bring bugs from school. The new website looks awesome, I love the section about the residents, OMG your collection is huge and just started it few years ago…Cannot wait to see a new post! 🙂

  1. Happy Holidays!
    Thank you for all the things you do on your blog. I always read and dream about upcoming crafts ( still in planning stage of my village)
    Happy new year from my critters to yours!

    1. Happy Holidays to you, too! It’s great to hear that this blog can be part of your dreaming! It’s the best part of anything and everything!! I think planning part of a scene/diorama is the funnest of all. (And most time consuming…hahaha) Have a wonderful new year!

  2. Thank you for your wonderful posts which I have followed this year. They make me very happy.

    Have a super break and I really look forward to your new posts in 2018.

    Wishing you a lovely holiday break

    1. Aww so happy to hear that you’ve enjoyed my hobby! It’s a very special feeling to be able to share what I love with everyone. I hope you’re having a wonderful break, and see you soon in 2018!

    1. Thank you, and you also! Thanks for visiting here so often this year, and I hope to see you again in 2018, too! 🙂 Happy Holidays!

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