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Little night garden

by Tay Shi Fong - Tan De Xuan - Kugaan

The Little Night Garden

The Little Night Garden

We use balsa wood plank and balsa wood pole to build the house.

Balsa wood is easy to cut and makes a good shelter.
We use plastic container to make the pond and surround it with rocks.
Copper fishing rod look marvelous too beside the pond.
We pick copper because it is easy to bend and looks shiny.

There are two bulbs in the shed.
The bulb is in series position because we want to make the room brighter
The wall was very empty at first, we plan to make the wall nicer by drawing a picture and stick it on the wall.

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Apr 30, 2015
Great work
by: James Grossman

Balsa wood is easy work with and it is easily available on the market too. Cutting it and shape it according to your shelter needs is hassle free as I worked on a little project about two months ago.

Apr 11, 2015
by: Xavi

Thanks for sharing the information regarding the little night garden! In my home, my child has created such little night garden and he has been caring it very much. One day he started doing its work alone and he could complete the work fully without any help from a second person.

Dec 30, 2010
Thanks for rating
by: Tay Shi Fong


Dec 30, 2010
by: Tan De Xuan

Hi, I am the one of the creators of this miniature garden, hope you like it. But never did i expect that my miniature garden was displayed here!!! Unfortunately, this garden that we trio created lost in a competition. Oh by the way, the batteries that are used to power the light bulbs are hidden in the hollow roof, along with the battery holder and the switch and the wires are attached on the ceiling with blue-tacks.
Thanks for looking!!! :)

Aug 11, 2010
Really neat and Cute!
by: Anonymous

Thanks so much for that idea, it would be even better to see it at night all lit up. :)

I was just wondering how you powered it the light bulbs, with batteries or does it double as a miniature lamp? Would give a lovely feel in a little corner of a room.


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