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kitchen sponge moss--made by snipping-up a kitchen scrubbie then stirring it in olive green paint (!)

kitchen sponge moss-cut up a scrubby, paint with some olive paint and dry-because sometimes real moss can be a bit too messy.

How to make Miniature Trees for Dioramas and Model Railroads

How to make Miniature Trees for Dioramas, Model Railroads or villages

Miniature environment in a jar - I can see this with tiny animals, etc. Would make a nice terrarium on a desk - escape to another world for a moment, or, provide some inspiration for what might be coming next.

Stück Natur: The Microenvironment-in-a-Jar by Hans-Rucker & Co. This is a museum piece, but looks easy to duplicate with a miniature house or shed, soil, and moss in a covered glass jar - very charming!

how to grow your own moss. This is what I need to do on the pathway in the fairy garden I want to make!~

How To Grow Your Own Moss

Cómo hacer crecer el musgo sobre árboles o piedras. How to grow your own moss: I have to try this! I will grow moss everywhere. Works well in acidic soil and a crazy yard like ours.

Heeheehee.  This is too cute!  40 Magical DIY Fairy Garden Ideas

40 Magical DIY Fairy Garden Ideas

Tire Swing - Miniature Garden Shoppe - Note: link has a list of plants for miniature gardens

Attention to detail: Lowson devotes his time now to making every inch of his miniature villages as realistic as possible

No job too small: Retired builder creates THREE delightful miniature villages in his garden as well as a 12ft high model of Big Ben

This outdoor miniature village is amazing! Attention to detail: Lowson devotes his time now to making every inch of his miniature villages as realistic as possible

How to Make a Tree for a Doll House Miniature

John Cutts explains how to make trees for your dolls’ house garden. A small ornamental tree will give a focal to your dolls’ house garden or roombox scene.

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