Miniaturist Bridge News – January 26, 2020

It’s the last weekend in January – Hallelujah.

Don’t get me wrong – winter in Wisconsin does have its moments. For example yesterday morning I awoke to what was probably the most beautiful snow of the year. It simply frosted the landscape outside of my window, making me feel like I had just stepped into a snowglobe. And there’s nothing better to do on lazy snowy Saturdays than curl up with a good mini project, or spend an hour or two enjoying my Facebook mini groups and Instagram feeds. You know how that goes… you look at one post, which leads to another, and another, and oh! Have to click that profile…what? The artisan has a website? Wow…check out THOSE photos! And before you know it….the morning is gone, leaving a dizzy, creative, awe-inspiring miniature glow in it’s place.

It’s impossible to show you everything, but I will continue to try. And I’d love your help – if you know of any events, destinations, videos, books, or other media that you’d like to share on Miniaturist Bridge, please let me know! In the meantime, here is a brief highlight of some of our postings this week – enjoy!

Video Tutorials

Check out our new Video Tutorials page! And while you are there, check out these awesome YouTube channels…


Have you seen our Reading links lately? This month we are spotlighting the popular new mini book by DailyMini’s Kate Esme Unver – Book of Mini. Check out our Reading Spotlight for links to articles, videos, social media and more fun book links!

See the Reading Spotlight link to a video by USA Today about author Kate Esme Unver and The Book of Mini

Online Galleries

Don’t live near a gallery that showcases mini art? Snowed in? No problem – you can lose yourself for hours in any one of our growing collection of online galleries. These are social media accounts that have done a fantastic job of bringing us some truly amazing mini photos. Visit our Online Gallery page for links!


Have you seen our destination maps? Use these maps to locate a museum, gallery, or miniature brick-and-mortar shop near you (or near where you are traveling…).

We need MORE links! If you know of any destinations that we haven’t included, contact us!

And while you are here, don’t miss our January Destination Spotlight on Tiny Doll House New York City!

Until Next Time…

Remember, Miniaturist Bridge is YOUR community. We are a non-profit, 100% volunteer run community website with one goal: To help grow and connect the miniature community.

Help us make this resource a truly valuable and wonderful one! Here’s how…

  • Share the website (www.miniaturistbridge) and this email with other miniature enthusiasts!
  • Tell us of events, destinations, reading, videos, groups, showcase builds, tutorials, and more that you want us to share
  • Follow us on Instagram and Facebook, and visit our site often!

I am grateful for this community and for the world of miniatures. On the Facebook page World of Dollhouses and Miniatures, a question was posed this week about why we love miniatures. The responses resonated with me, and really touched me.

There are so many deeply personal and wonderful things that we connect to and love about miniatures. I have gotten so much joy, comfort, and connection from this hobby since I was a child. I love this community – it’s an honor to be a part of it.

Sending BIG hugs from my TINY corner of the world!