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Glass teardrop terrariums!

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In our everlasting quest for more and more ways to make a terrarium we ran across a couple of terrariums that really stood out from the crowd either for scale, creativity or just being awesome:

5 Terrariums That Are A Cut Above

In our everlasting quest for more and more ways to make a terrarium we ran across a couple of terrariums that really stood out from the crowd either for scale, creativity or just being awesome:

Hanging Teardrop Terrarium with Baby Tears

Hanging Teardrop Terrarium with Baby Tears

Beautiful pastels and sweeping lines create a gorgeous, silky scape in ‘Candy Stripes.’ The bright hues of this piece can be used to animate a range of modern spaces and the artwork itself can be displayed so the stripes either run vertically or horizontally.   The artwork is professionally printed on 100% cotton canvas, then stretched and wrapped around a 38mm wooden frame and comes ready for instant hanging.

Beautiful pastels and sweeping lines create a gorgeous, silky scape in ‘Candy Stripes.’ The bright hues of this piece can be used to animate a range of modern spaces and the artwork itself can be displayed so the stripes either run vertically or horizontally. The artwork is professionally printed on 100% cotton canvas, then stretched and wrapped around a 38mm wooden frame and comes ready for instant hanging.

DIY Magnetic wall terrariums  - Gravel (can be found at any pet store in the aquarium section)  - Air plants, cactus or succulents (you will need a small amount of potting soil if not using air plants)  - Moss  - spray paint  - magnetic metal tins (from here or here, you just need to slap magnetic tape on the back!)  - Dremel tool  - painter’s tape  - E6000 glue

DIY Magnetic wall terrariums - Gravel (can be found at any pet store in the aquarium section) - Air plants, cactus or succulents (you will need a small amount of potting soil if not using air plants) - Moss - spray paint - magnetic metal tins (from here or here, you just need to slap magnetic tape on the back!) - Dremel tool - painter’s tape - E6000 glue

Green Forest Teardrop Terrarium airterrariums.com.au

Green Forest Teardrop Terrarium airterrariums.com.au

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