Create a darling Fall scene using miniatures! There are so many darling ways to personalize and make it your own.
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I’ve had such a fun time with all these minis! They’re such high quality and I love the tiny details. Every mini I used in this project was really well made, which was wonderful because I didn’t feel like I was going to break them getting everything arranged.
Miniature Fall Scene
First, here are the miniatures I used in this scene:
- Six Pumpkins/Gourds and Basket
- Hay Bale
- Garden Scarecrow Witch
- Fall Corn Shock Fence
- Grinning Jack-O’-Lantern
- Snowy Owl
Create your miniature Fall scene
Start with placing your corn shock fence and arranging some bales of hay around it.
If you want to add more details, add some accessories to the hay.
You can make a mini throw using some bakers twine and hot glue.
Wrap bakers around your fingers twelve to fourteen times. Cut on each end so you have a bunch of pieces that are similar sizes.
Line the strings up so they’re just touching. Put a line of hot glue across the strings then put string across it to hold together. Add a couple more strings to hold across.
Let it cool and you’re good to go! If there are any strings too far out of line, you can easily trim them off.
I also added an owl, which we named Hedwig, to the bales.
A mini paper banner is a darling detail to tie your scene together. Cut some little triangles and glue them to bakers twine.
I absolutely love these tiny pumpkins and gourds! I placed two on top of a hay bale, then put the rest in the basket.
I cut some pieces of raffia and added them to the basket to help hold up the mini pumpkins – they’re so darling!
I also added some pieces of cut raffia to the wheelbarrow. If you’re not ready for a jack-o’-lantern, just turn the pumpkin around!
*Tip* Use one piece of the raffia to tie them around the middle so they’ll stay.
This spooky garden witch can be added when Halloween approaches. Isn’t she fun!?! I want about ten of her to add to decor all over my house.
I tried her out my in one of my Fall wreaths, just for fun.
Here’s the tutorial for this wreath if you want to make your own.
Add the witch and turn your pumpkin for a Halloween look.