Whether you make terrariums for your home or for gifts, these petite gardens are sure to be a hit. Planting is simple, and twine, a leaf, and a sweet fabric flower add a pretty finishing touch. Step by step instructions: http://www.midwestliving.com/garden/container/how-to-make-a-tiny-terrarium/
we are almost ready for the Carlsbad Street Fair! here's a little sneak peak of some of the items we will have for sale. we will also have geometric terrariums, terrarium necklaces with living plants inside, airplants, succulent and cacti embroideries, kokedamas, hanging terrariums, various arrangements, single plants, our book and more!!! we want to see you there!
Teapot succulent planter - Found this teapot at a garage sale and planted some hens & chicks along with some Athoum sedum. I attached the plastic crystals to the inside of the pot by attaching the string with outdoor silicone. After watering, the excess water runs out the spout, so no need for drainage holes. DML 5/2014