Add a bit of magic to your decor this winter with a scenic, floating terrarium!
Vanessa had a $5 replacement light fixture shade on hand and an air plant that needed a new home. She couple them up for an interesting effect. The added weight of the pea gravel makes it Weeble-like, which means it can't roll off the table.
Get the full how-to at Bluet and Clover: Air Flair
Oh my goodness. This may be one of the coolest DIY terrarium / vertical garden / house plant projects I've ever seen. I don't know about you, but the thought of making my own tiny magnetic vertical garden is enough to make me want to cover every surface in my house in a magnetic material (or, at the very least, have one giant magnetic wall)!
Terrariums have come back BIG TIME, but there's no reason to spend BIG BUCKS on one. CJ shares his clever method of turning old picture frames into a new terrarium. Here's what we'll need to make one:
What's better than one upcycle?
Why...two upcycles, of course!
This very fine how-to covers all the necessary steps to convert an incandescent bulb into something much more pleasant than trash: a postmodern planter or a tiny terrarium.
Though you can actually beginning planting outside this week, it's still fun to have a little green growth inside. The terrarium is the perfect micro-world, adorable and endlessly customizable. And Jena and Renee from Modish has figured out the trick: using plants with the some moisture requirements.
1. Gather a clean jar.
2. The many aspects of wet.
3. Arrange your plants.
4. Don't kill your plants.
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A couple tutorials, as a matter of fact.
Video Tutorial: How to make a terrarium from EHow.
Video Tutorial: How to Build a Terrarium