Christmas Terrarium ... just add a few real plants (of your choice) in a layer of pebbles, dirt and sphagnum moss ... and then add "artificial" Christmas trees and snow ... you can also be creative and add Christmas figurines ... just have fun creating your design!
Fill a spray bottle with hydrogen peroxide and 1/2 handful of baking soda. Shake it up and spray on carpet stains, upholstery stains, and clothing stains. pinner said, "I've used it for years and it works better than anything else."
Doing this on the weekend
DIY Terrariums! here it is Nik
A simple indoor greenhouse // Hasselfors garden via @Cassandra LaValle
Julie shows you how to make an adorable little terrarium inside a lightbulb!
Bottle top greenhouse.
Blomsterverkstad: Sticklingsskydd * Protecting your cuttings
"Tea-rrarium" from the T2 Blog. The perfect addition to any happy home, we have brought one of our glass tea pots to life with just a little potting mix and a few mini succulents. What you need: Glass teapot A small amount of potting mix A selection of small succulents & cactus (Particularly ones with tiny ones growing around the edges) This took a leisurely half hour with minimal mess. We highly recommend getting creative on this.
Unlike aquariums, BLUEiQ is created in two simple steps.