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Tiny Doors ATL featured in Oprah Magazine

An Atlanta arts movement was included as one of five things O, The Oprah Magazine is smiling about in its January edition. 

The magazine wrote that Tiny Doors ATL, which plants small handmade door scenes around the city, “makes nooks more enchanting and crannies more magical.” 


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“When the email came about a month ago asking for an interview we were pinching ourselves,” the group said on Facebook. “Could it be real?!”

In July, a man collaborated with Tiny Doors to propose to his girlfriend on the Beltline. 

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