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  • Pamela McKnight

    The great folks at Costa provided me with the following instructions for DIYing a terrarium. Having assembled a terrarium myself, it's actually quite fun and not very messy. When you're looking for plants to fill your terrarium, try small succulents, ferns or air plants. Materials: • Select a glass container with a top. Container should be 4 times as high as it is wide. • Pebbles (about a 1/3 of the planting area) • Sand (just enough to cover the pebbles) • Charcoal (thin layer covering t

  • Kristen Kelly

    25 unique DIY gifts (apartment therapy)

  • Cassi Murakami

    Collection of West Elm Terrariums | #terrariums #westelm

  • Karen Michel

    weekend project?

  • Sandy Cardona

    I am totally LOVING terrariums right now... Having indoor plants really makes your house SMELL fresher. My love for apothecary jars and plants comes together in these terrariums. Plus, you can make them yourself, instead of purchasing these pre-made crazy expensive ones from West Elm.

  • Yvette Frater

    Mini gardens

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Terrarium Glass Hanging Double Hook with Succulents Vertical Gardening DIY Kit. $24.00, via Etsy. Love this

I'm going to use dried moss though, so I don't have to keep anything alive.

Terrarium Glass Hanging Double Hook with Succulents Vertical Gardening DIY Kit via Etsy