I was on a hunt. Found by entering "Christmas miniatures" in google I was on the right track. Then I took out the word Christmas, because I felt I was possibly missing some things that would work (and I was correct), and found even more sources. BTW, any place that sells dollhouse accessories is a good place to look.
I'm still waiting for some of my stuff to arrive, but no worries, as I also plan on making some more, in larger sizes. So, without further verbiage, here is my little Christmas Configuration:
All the components plus the entire base were covered with Tim's Christmas tissue tapes (which were inked), and in addition, the back has some of his seasonal Salvage Stickers.
And now for some close-ups:
The banner, including the letters are Jenni Bowlin products. Inside, a tiny tree decorated with fired brick distress stickles and some dabs of white paint. The gifts came just like this, and a good size for the project.
The clock started out as a brownish resin, and I used some white paint on it. You can't see in this picture, but the roof of the clock was covered with white liquid pearls and some chunky glitter was sprinkled on top of that while still wet. The little plastic deer are on some more of that pearls/glitter combo. In the next compartment, part of a tiny wood train, a metal lantern and a wreath. (All the background papers are from Tim's seasonal paper stack)
The rocking horse is one of those objects I found in the dollhouse section. While not specifically for Christmas, I thought it evoked a vintage feeling....maybe a gift a child would have found under the tree in years past. Surrounding the horse, some miniature glass ornaments.
The birdhouse was a dingy dark metal, so I painted it green. The roof has green distress crackle, which does not really show up in the photo. The tiny bird arrived with purple feathers, so it got a paint job too, the red being more in tune with the theme. It is perched on little pine cones.
I have some really cool pieces that were just a tad too large for this configuration (larger trees, super wooden soldiers, larger ornaments), so I can't wait to use them in a larger piece.