Contributor post by Alicia from AliciasFindings
There is a growing trend of fairy gardens and also doll houses seem to be making a comeback. Because of this small items or miniatures are in popular demand!
Here at Christmas in July we want to know what items do you have that reflect the theme?
Richard and Tatiana from DesignstheLimit states even the Tooth Fairy needs a little help from time to time. One of the first items we ever listed on Etsy was our Personalized Tooth Fairy boxes and they are still one of our favorite products.
We have three toothbox designs and have a wide selection of fonts to choose from to make each toothbox a personalized keepsake. We also include a velvet gift pouch which is great for looping over a stuffed animals arm. We feel a special sort of spiritual fulfillment in making our toothboxes to order and being a part of childhood memories around the world!
toysfrom70s from toysfrom70s said this couple of kissing mice resin figurines came from Booger Hollow, AR. Yes I said it correctly the place was a tourist attraction in Pope County, Arkansas, middle of nowhere turn left back in the 1970s. My dad and I stopped there at the bait shop on our way fishing one time. The mice are an inch tall, resin and painted would make a great addition to a shadow box or miniature scene or even on a cake!
One of those little roadside stops off the beaten path on the road. If you collect unusual and cute items this would make a great addition.
We think he’d be perfect in a winter themed fairy garden or posed next to an igloo made of sugar cubes!
Lots of decorating possibilities!
Catherine Caramanica from BlkBttrflyDsgns says during the 90s I worked for a Marketing Firm. Naturally they had dozens and dozens of clients and I always benefited from the SWAG. I worked for the VP of the Company. This is one of the many Model Cars I acquired among others. Miniature cars were the tip of the iceberg.
Nautico Creations from NauticoCreations said I love this plant arrangement because it features different textures and sizes of plants and flowers. The main thing that I love, though is the miniature little mushroom. It makes it very cheery and one can just imagine a little fairy hiding behind the plants.
Lisajoy Sachs from saxdsign discusses these Tiny little fossilized shark teeth are found by me on a local beach right here in Maryland – they are perfect for making stacking rings, and are about 65 Million years old!!! They are so tiny you must have really great vision to even see them. This one is a Tiger Shark tooth.