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DIY Winter Wonderland Air Plant Terrarium

By: Ashley Griffith from
DIY Winter Wonderland Air Plant Terrarium
DIY Winter Wonderland Air Plant Terrarium

"This year, I’ve tried my best to keep most of my plants alive. I’ve had luck with most of them, but some…well, not so much. Knowing how much I love succulents, my mother bought me a pretty terrarium for my birthday this year. Unfortunately, a few of those succulents didn’t make it (it was either too much water, too little light, or a combination of both.) So there was a little room left for a few new plants to take their space. I wasn’t sure I wanted to replace those empty spots with succulents again, so I thought about the one plant I’ve had the most luck with – air plants. Knock on wood, but most of my air plants have been hanging on for a couple years now. That’s a record for me when it comes to houseplants! I practically live at the craft store these days! So during a recent trip, I took advantage of some of the holiday supplies already on sale. I bought a bag of white sand to resemble snow. Then, I got a bag of bottle brush trees and a cute, mini snowman embellishment. Just enough to make my terrarium look like Winter, but still give my air plant the room it needs. This terrarium would make an adorable DIY gift for the plant lover on your Christmas list."

Materials List

  • Empty jar or other glass container
  • Small air plant
  • White decorative sand
  • Iridescent glitter
  • Bottle brush trees
  • Mini snowman embelishment

NotesFor instructions on making your own DIY winter wonderland air plant terrarium, come visit us at Hello Nature!

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