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  • Brenda Schweitzer

    How inventive is this?!! #DIY Terrariums out of jars and moss from around the house. The moss & dirt are place on the lid! Makes them MUCH prettier to look at. :-) #Recycle #jars #Terrariums #Garden #plants #home_decor

  • G. v.V.

    // mason jar terrariums.

  • Caroline Arnold

    made with love: found terrariums. love this idea - the plants used in it are just from around your yard / neighborhood - pop 'em in a pickle jar and there you have it!

  • Jill Faulkner

    DIY Pickle Jar Terrariums ~ no major prep required! Just a clump of found moss and dirt from yard and another wild plant (like clover). Free!! :)

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