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I’m Making a DIY Bowl Terrarium

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Posted by / October 18, 2013 / 0 Comments

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Image: Bowl terrarium by Doodle Bird Imaginariums

Image: Bowl terrarium by Doodle Bird Imaginariums

When I went outside on my last break I stopped to dig up some moss and little plants from the yard. I did it because i really want to have a small terrarium, but I don’t want to go buy one right now.

The one in the photo there is by Doodle Bird Imaginariums on Etsy. I don’t have the nice kinds of moss growing here that are in that bowl, nor do I have fancy rocks (unless I have some tucked in my crafting stash) but I’m still going to give it a shot. There is some pretty green moss here and some low-growing leafy stuff (I have no idea what plant it is) that’s pretty, and I’m going to use that.

Image: © Briana Blair

Image: © Briana Blair

I’m not sure that it’s going to work, but I’m going to give it a shot. The down side is that I’m going to have to repurpose the bowl that my groundhog skull is in. If the skull wasn’t so big I’d put it back in the terrarium, but it’s pretty large. I think he’s just going to have to go on the shelf with my dolls. If I had another bowl I’d use it, but I’m pretty sure this is the only one in the house.

I still haven’t decided whether I want to keep the terrarium in the office or put it on my altar once it’s done. Of course, that can’t be decided until after I see if I can even pull this off. I’ve never made one, but it seems pretty easy, so I’m going to give it a go. I really just want some more nature around me, and preferably something that is hearty enough to survive.

I’ll post photos if it comes out right. I’m going to have to look through all my crafting supplies and see what I might be able to dig up that will look cool in there.


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