Our Favourite Mini Makes
Is there anything cuter than miniature things? We’re not sure what it is, but teeny tiny animals or wee cakes just make us do a little ‘eee!’ inside.
To share our excitement of mini makes, we’ve selected some of our favourites from a handful of super talented makers over on Instagram; we wish we had their patience!…
Scandi garden space
This scandi style mini garden by the clever Bethan from Little Lucciola (@little_lucciola) is all kinds of wonderful; the pallette corner sofa, the rattan lampshade and those monochrome cushions… We wish this gorgeous sanctuary was ours!
Miniature eclair, anyone?
It’s all about the details in these sweet as sugar (literally!) mini pastries. We adore how Lynn from Tuck Shop (@tuck_shop) has handcrafted all of our favourite treats, and managed to make them look even more edible than the real thing…
How gorgeous is this allotment scene, created by Sophie from Mini Fairy Garden (@minifairygarden)?! We love the sweet little vegetable patch and the sprouting carrots – it looks like something straight out of Mr McGregors garden!
Oh my Macramé
As if we couldn’t love macramé enough already, we stumbled upon these mini plant hangers by Gemma over at Mini Made Home (@minimadehome)! We can’t imagine the patience Gemma must have – what a skill!
A mini maison
This little mini home shared by Theresa (@theresagromki) is what interior dreams are really made of! Its heavenly combination of scandi and boho style has us swooning; it even has its own mini macramé wall hanging!!
We could continue forever sharing our favourite mini makes, but we’ll let you explore them for yourself!… Check out the fantastic makers that we included on this blog at the below Instagram pages:
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