This year’s Halloween project is one I’ve been dreaming of making since I first started in miniatures in 2016! In fact, I’ve had the Corner Shop by Houseworks practically that long. This year has been difficult personally, so I knew I wanted to take the opportunity to check Audrey II and Mushnik’s off my miniature bucket list. I am BEYOND thrilled with how it turned out. I had so much fun making Skid Row’s favorite flower shop and sculpting Twoey.
I decided to take a chance and enter it in the Miniatures.com Halloween Challenge. If you’re so inclined, I’d love your vote!
As you may remember, last fall I shared the grand opening of Magnolia Hollow! Today, I’m excited to show you what springtime at the shop looks like! I selected a soft yet sophisticated pastel palette to inspire the decor, and you’ll find spring motifs like flowers, rabbits and eggs throughout.
Many of the items in Magnolia Hollow are spring versions of the fall products (i.e. new candle and soap scents, plus spring-themed napkin rings, signs and greeting cards, etc.), but I added some new pieces for the season, as you’ll soon see below.
Let’s check it out!
One of my new products for spring are these adorable shopping totes! I made them using the method in my tutorial here.
I also really like all the beaded wood trays that are on trend right now, so I decided to make mini versions!
Since spring is so often associated with gardening, I thought it was only right to include some outdoor decor, as well! So I created some “stone” rabbit decorations for the garden, along with a wellies planter full of daffodils.
I incorporated needle felting (another one of my hobbies) by making some little wool felted carrots for decorations! I love how they turned out.
My favorite addition for spring, by far, is this display of seasonal-inspired aprons and matching oven mitts, pot holders and rolling pins. I used two wooden shutters connected with a hinge to make the stand. And now I’m absolutely obsessed with these matching kitchen accessories!
I hope you enjoyed this journey into Magnolia Hollow for spring! Stay tuned for the summer collection, coming soon!
Much like my farmhouse-inspired laundry room, this bathroom roombox started with a Pinterest board and a vision of a neutral, soothing space to relax and unwind. I began work on this over a year ago, and it sat unfinished save for a few details. Sometimes, when inspiration isn’t coming, I walk away from a project for a while before going back to it with a new sense of direction. That’s definitely what happened here, and I’m so glad I finally got around to finishing it!
I made most of the details myself, but I have a list of other resources at the bottom of the post if you are looking for certain supplies.
Let’s take a tour, shall we?
Sources for other special items I didn’t make myself:
Bath wall sign, Dove bottle and shower pouf – GeniesMiniHouseShop
Silver lantern – IslandTradingCo
Napping kitty – JMDS Miniatures
Bathtub and faucet – DabbleDibs
Vanity mirror – Melvin’s Miniatures
Countertop mirror – MyMiniatureEmporium
Hand soap set – Shepherd Miniatures
Shower stall kit – 3StarStudioArts
Roombox kit – ScaledRealmMinis
Floor tile pattern – ChloeMiniHome
Shower wall and floor tile patterns – JessicaCloeMinis
I hope you enjoyed this look inside my little farmhouse bathroom roombox!
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