Christmas nut for 2 dogs with a "real window"

My treasured miniatures.
That was a very special order. One lady collects nutshell ( I have recently found out that she owns about 50 items! And I'm flattered to join her collection with my creation.
She asked me for a personal nutshell for her family. She has two dogs - long-haired Jack Russell terrier Hogan and a undefined-black-terrier Nettie. Both of them suffered in a shelter, and mostly got "wasted" for being "unfriendly". But luckily they were adopted and they are a part of a lovely family. That's almost a Chistmas miracle story, so I was happy to make their own Christmas scene in a shell.

I made a real window - the holes are not only "cut through", but are filled with "glass". That's my "know-how", I'll keep that in secret. It's not as transparent as I wanted it to be, but it's ok for a frosted winter window. And I love how it turned out.
Closed nutshell:
And that's the dog! Jack Russel terrier. As big as double pin head.

The snowman by the tree and a cozy kitchen on the other half:

Pointsettia - it stands on the windowsill, 3,5 mm big.

 A view on the cooking: a turkey - sniffed by the dog, and a plate of cookies.
Stars, clock, portrait, a cup of milk...
The other dog rests in the arm chair.

And a final view of the "glass" in the window.

Tell me what you think about it =) Next time I'll show more stuffed pistachios.


  1. I think it's marvelous! I know how hard work it demands to make such a tiny scene. Beautiful 2o4k!
    Hugs, Drora