Tag Archives: terrariums

decor

Love is in the Air

I am in love with air plants.  They are virtually un-killable, which is perfect for someone [like me] who always forgets to water the plants.  They have a lot going for them – durability, a unique look, and so versatile.  The perfect plant.  How do you display yours??

Pink Sea Urchin & Air Plant combo by toHOLD

Hanging Pods & Baby Head by mudpuppy

Whimsical Giraffe Planter by BoyGirl Tees

We used glass globes from West Elm filled with plants from Air Plant Supply Co to fill a blank wall.

Light Bulb Terrarium by Ryan’s DIY Craft Supply

Domsai Terrariums by Matteo Cibic [via GSelect]

creativity

Terrarium Keychains, Jewelry, and How To Grow Your Own

I’ve always loved terrariums, but for some reason thought they were difficult to make or maintain.  I was so wrong.  They are so simple and soon they will be all over my house!  They also make really pretty gifts – anybody want one for Christmas??!!

A terrarium is a collection of small plants growing inside of a [usually] glass container … like a mason jar, fishbowl, etc.  A tiny little eco-system.  So tiny you can even put one in a keychain.  I found these tiny bamboo plants on ebay.bamboo

This ring by ILDVED [Danish name meaning ceremonial firewood] is made from oxidized sterling silver and a bit of copper and features a glass dome with preserved reindeer moss inside.  How cool is that?!  Made to order for $65.00.

mossring

A love of outdoors and living at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains were the inspiration for these moss terrarium pendants by Warm Country Meadows.  Hang them around your neck, from a keychain, or just sit them somewhere in your home and admire their loveliness.  The shop also has some great terrarium ornaments!  Two pendants for $10.00.

mosspendants

These beautiful terrariums were created by Stephen Orr [What Were the Skies Like] and his friends during a weekend in the Catskills.  You can read his tips on making them at Apartment Therapy.

woodland

A little bit of charcoal, some stones, potting soil, and of course a jar and plants are all you need.  Check out these other tutorials for more pointers:

CRAFT Project:  Mason Jar Terrariums

craft

Moo Mama:  Build a Terrarium

moomama

Related Posts with Thumbnails
Page 1 of 11