Wine Bottle Terrarium - Great for homes, offices, studios alike!

Well, i must say, the internet has been rather slow of late, and i have not found anything good to share with you all for a while.

Im not a massive fan of gardens, or plant life, i have a few almost dead cacti on my window sill..

However, this great idea has got me thinking, and would be ideal for my home, or in the studio at work.

Firstly, i love the idea of recycling the glass bottle, a clear bottle is recommended, but apparently the smokey ones do work also.

The main bulk of plant life is in moss form. Which i think gives it kinda a mini landscape look.
I would make a full instructable, but there is not alot to it (push moss into bottle). I also have enough projects awaiting write up!

I would love to see any pictures if anyone manages one.

Via, Lifehacker
The original can be found at Dr Vino
Inspired by the work of Paula Hayes

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That's mine. Very difficult to insert plant delicately


wow,its amazing,lm gonna make one

LinuxH4x0r8 years ago
I was planing on making a similar moss garden using an old light fixture. Hope to have it make sometime this week....
gmjhowe (author)  LinuxH4x0r8 years ago
Nice, i look forward to it, i have this long chemistry condenser i was planning to work on, maybe a collab? Im not sure where to get some moss from..
Definately! A collab would be awesome. I get mine from a small river that flows down through the mountains about 10 miles from here.
gmjhowe (author)  LinuxH4x0r8 years ago
We have some woods round the corner, i might grab some. We can talk about it in the room later.
=SMART= gmjhowe8 years ago
I was thinking of making one too, i could help with the collab
Great! We'll discuss it more later.
gmjhowe (author)  LinuxH4x0r8 years ago
Look what i found at work! GIANT LIGHT BULB! Over 11" long.
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that's a huge one! I wonder what will Edison say if he's still alive :D
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