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Who doesn’t love spring? Budding trees, grass turning green, flowers blooming. Everything is fresh and colorful again. We wanted to find a way to capture it — inside ...
Spring Terrarium Kit or Mason jar with ventilated lid Potting soil Moss Rocks Wire Wire cutter Polymer clay (we used pastel colors for spring) Gift tag and string
Start by making the clay decorations that will live inside your terrarium. We made mushrooms, Easter eggs, and a bunny, but the possibilities are endless. Mushrooms: Roll out ...
Choose a polymer clay color and roll into an egg shape. Using a different color clay, roll mini balls and add dots to egg. Or you can choose ...
Place clay decor onto a baking sheet and bake at 225 degrees Fahrenheit for 20 minutes. Let cool for 30 minutes before trimming the wire and inserting into ...
To make your terrarium, begin by filling the bottom of the jar with the soil provided in your kit.
Add the moss on top of the soil, and then the pumice rocks.
Take your clay decor and trim any excess wire down to half an inch. Insert each piece into the soil.
And you’re done. If you’re giving the terrarium to a friend, use a gold or silver Sharpie and the gift tag provided to write a message.
Mason Jar Terrariumby Christi Schornack
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