Happy Thanksgiving in the Miniature Garden

 

Happy Thanksgiving from TwoGreenThumbs.com!

Happy Thanksgiving in the Miniature Garden

Happy Thanksgiving! Here is what Steve and I got up to yesterday. We made a miniature Thanksgiving Day dinner. Yes. As a matter of fact we are obsessed with miniatures. Lol!

  • The turkey is a Cornish game hen, it’s about 7″ long. (I didn’t think to un-stuff it!! Arg!)
  • The baked potato is 2 1/2″ long.
  • Baby carrots, small sweet potatoes and miniature corn (found in the Asian section in the store.)
  • The tiny buns were made from cutting frozen bun-dough into quarters and bake them as instructed.

The plates and cutlery are from a vintage child’s play dish set, 1/4 scale it’s called. We love how they resemble the old Corningware dishes from Grandma’s house. We found the shot glasses at Ikea and the silver tray at an antique market.

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Happy Thanksgiving from TwoGreenThumbs.com!

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4 Comments »

  1. clgratias said

    Oh my goodness! It’s adorable! You guys are so creative! 🙂

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  2. Priscilla Copass said

    I loved the mini Thanksgiving dinner, but that wouldn’t have put a dent in my appetite! That was quite a spread, thanks for sharing (did you really dine on so little?)

    Priscilla

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    • Hi Priscilla! Lol! We made two hens and about three times as many sides as shown. Those little buns are very, very dangerous though. I think cute food shouldn’t have any calories. Lol!

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  3. Super cute and very creative! Loved it!

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