Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Miniature Garden

A Miniature garden would be an ideal gift during christmas.This container is small and can fit into a window sill, best suited for flat dwellers.
you can create a beautiful miniature with minimum things like plants, a path -way,ice cream sticks, marble stones, dried branch even a small furniture set would be pretty. The main gate is made with thermocoal.
Plants with very small leaves are selected
This is the top view of the garden. Hope you like this post Merry christmas to everyone who passes this blog. Wish you joy, merriment during this time and all through the year.
I am linking this post to Crafty Jc Challenge and Kalalaya blog

15 comments:

  1. Wonderful and Unique-- such a beautiful door you have made
    Cheers
    Sonia
    cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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  2. I like your miniature garden! The door is so well done , Hard to believe it is make with thermocol. Santa doll is adorable !!

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  3. Wow such a pretty creation. LOve this. Merry cHristmas to u too.

    Sudha
    sudha-kalra.blogspot.com
    http://sudha-kalra.blogspot.com/p/shop.html

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  4. Hi Anandhi, your miniature garden is a so beautiful!

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  5. Very nice one. I like miniatures. I had never seen miniature gardens...lovely

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  6. nice to see your comments thanks ranjana and anitha

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  7. I never try this... but it look so smart idea... thanks for sharing ...simply lovely


    http://craftaworld.blogspot.com/
    with love from
    Farah

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  8. wow
    Pretty, cute and sweet. I like it.
    viji

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  9. Hi Anandhi,
    Great idea for my garden! I hope you have a wonderful Christmas Day and a Prosperous New Year 2012! Many blessings for you and yours. See you soon☺☺☺
    Happy Creating
    MoMeMa

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  10. Cute little garden. I love it. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you Anandhi.

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  11. Wow..looks so beautiful.Gr8 idea:)
    Thank you so much for joining us this month at For the love of crafting!!:)

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  12. A very eco-friendly and lovely idea for gifting! And the accents are very nicely done too!
    Thanks for joining in the fun at Crafty JC!
    Shobana

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  13. Oh this is so fun!! Thanks for joining in at CJC!

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  14. Miniature gardens are charming and portable. They offer a variety of options and they are a great way of planting a garden in a small place. Decorate your miniature garden with gravel, small pebbles, elf-sized boulders, driftwood, seashells or other props. They need to be kept in a bright, sunny spot like on a windowsill and must be watered regularly. Thanks.


    Sydney landscaping

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