Nendoroid Mikasa in Miller’s Garden – DIY Miniature Dollhouse

I know this is a bit late. But I still want to share with you the dollhouse kit I received from Robotime last year.

In the dollhouse “Miller’s Garden”, it seems like a great background for Nendoroid Photography.  I modified some parts and repainted the whole kit.

You can actually see how I changed each part in my video. The video of how I made the Miller’s Garden is also uploaded to YouTube, make sure to watch here to give you plenty of ideas! (Also, if you haven’t subscribed to my channel make sure to follow me there to get updated on my projects.)

Here are the pictures, enjoy the tiny details of Robotime DIY House Miller’s Garden!


I also added fake grass and made a wooden deck on the house patio. Since I made this in December, I made a DIY paper poinsettia plant for the garden. Just perfect for the season.


I also modified the fence of the dollhouse. I have seen some of my fellow Nendoroid collectors built this and I am so amazed to see different styles that they made.


Anything about garden plants and flowers reminds me of my mom in our family home. She loves them soo much, she actually designed our garden.


Building this kit brings out the creativity in me because of my mom’s skills in gardening and landscape. I love that this DIY kit gives you the option to modify them.


In an alternate world, Nendoroid Mikasa (Shingeki No Kyojin / Attack on Titan) loves reading the book in the garden. Enjoying the December breeze.




At night…


It seems quiet.


That’s all for today guys!

The dollhouse kit is available at Robotime’s webshop: (Free Shipping Worldwide) Robotime wants to see the photos or videos shared by you on your own social media. Just tag #robotimeonline or @robotimeonline Robotime will choose good photos and videos and possibly reshare it on its social media and send coupon codes or giveaways (no time limit) for the sharer. (Please contact Robotime if you have questions/inquiries) Connect with Robotime: Facebook: YouTube:

All photos shot using sony a6500 + fe 50mm f2.8 macro / 90mm f 2.8 G Macro

One Comment Add yours

  1. Beautiful . So detailed and patiently created. Work of art indeed 😀

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