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Creative Terrarium Ideas
Terrariums aren't just for those with green thumbs. While it's true that the obvious purpose of making a terrarium is to grow plants that enjoy a humid environment, these days they are filled with all sorts of things, including artificial plants and birds, and other miniature items to create vignettes that reflect any season.
To begin, select a glass vessel of some sort, such as a mason jar, wide-mouthed vase, apothecary jar or hurricane. Here are some of our favorite out-of-the-box containers to use as a terrarium.Continue to 2 of 11 below.
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Coffee Pot Terrarium
A coffee pot? Who would have thought this little project would be so cute? If you have an old coffee pot laying around, repurpose it with some adorable succulents!
Coffee Pot Terrarium from A Charming ProjectContinue to 5 of 11 below.
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This super simple bell jar uses a simple branch and small faux butterflies. It's particularly perfect for the spring months but would look pretty all year round.
Butterfly Bell Jar from The Pin JunkieContinue to 6 of 11 below.
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Here is another beautiful beachy themed terrarium. It's full of sand and beautiful green succulents. It uses a hurricane vase, but you can use any clear glass container!
Beachy Succulent Terrarium from Centsational StyleContinue to 9 of 11 below.
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This earthy terrarium is full of fresh succulents, moss and fresh earth. It looks very summery and fresh. You can easily use any clear glass container for this terrarium!
Earthy Terrarium from Centsational StyleContinue to 10 of 11 below.
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This adorable fall terrarium uses cute mini pumpkins and faux fall leaves. The colors are perfect for autumn. It's very easy to set up this seasonal terrarium and you can easily change out the items as the season changes!
Fall Terrarium from The Inspired RoomContinue to 11 of 11 below.
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