December 03, 2008

12 Days of Christmas in Miniature, Day 3


(Pictured: Christmas Fireplace/Wanna in El Paso)

Nothing says Christmas more than a room with a brightly lit Christmas tree, the logs burning in the fireplace, the stockings hung with care, a scent of pine in the air...

In miniature, it's much the same. Decorating means decking every corner, baking up a storm, and making sure the kiddies are snug in their beds, dreaming of Santa.

So today I'll feature a few cheery scenes that typify the spirit of Christmas.

On the third day of Christmas, someone gave to me...

A room full of Christmas cheer... well okay, it's not a room, but what represents Christmas better than a table full of gifts, rolls of paper and that corner of chaos that is called gift wrapping?



Wanna in El Paso has a knack for creating some fun scenes for herself, friends, family and working with her grandkids. Besides her fireplace dome, check out her Christmas miscellaneous page for links to other scenes that are sure to have you singing Jingle Bells. (Check out the Egg Nog table and the riding horse collection!)

For more Christmas than a trip to the North Pole, a visit to Mini-Mum's Christmas Gallery is definitely in order. Pages upon pages of Christmas is here for you to enjoy.

For a unique twist, forget the Gingerbread House. How about a Gingerbread Church or train by Ellen?

That's just a sampling of the Christmas miniatures available, so get a cup of hot chocolate, put on the Christmas carols and enjoy!

* Go to Day 4 - Back to Day 1

2 comments:

  1. Neat! Thanks for helping get me into the Christmas mood!

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  2. How cute! Love the gingerbread church.

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