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We Love Fridays, Earth Week Edition: DIY Terrarium Kit

Posted by Alexandra C. | Friday April 26, 20138 comments

With Earth Week winding down, we thought it was only appropriate that we dedicate this We Love Friday to all that green goodness. We love getting fresh air, whether it be for a morning jog or relaxing on a patio, there is nothing better than basking in the sun. However, Mother Nature hasn't exactly been co-operating with our warm weather wishes; She's literally been giving us the cold shoulder. Instead of braving the chill, we thought we'd wait it out and bring some of the outside in with a terrarium! 

A terrarium is a great way to add some colour and life to a room without worrying about over watering. I don't know about you, but I find them very zen-inducing. Plus, it's a tiny ecosystem: kind of cool, amirite? This terrarium kit is US$38.00. If you're feeling crafty, you could DIY. Go crazy with a theme - like these tiny garden gnomes! 

What do you think of the terrarium? Would you ever make one yourself?
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on December 08, 2014  Onimiki  3,409 said:

These are really cute!! I would totally love one of these!

on May 01, 2013  Bren  25,821 said:

I love these!

on April 28, 2013  KatelynRose1984  20,704 said:

These are really cute, and a great idea. Just a little out of my price range for something random!

on April 27, 2013  smiley_gen  9,832 said:

Cute. I saw them at Chapter's. I bit pricey

on April 26, 2013  melissakj  50 said:

I definitely want one of these little marvels, but I think I'll be making mine myself with different shaped bottles! I'm also a fan of the miniature terrariums that you can wear as jewellery, but I don't think I'd be able to DIY one.

on April 26, 2013  fredamans  12,217 said:

Very cool!

on April 26, 2013  flower  4,433 said:


on April 26, 2013  takoda  28,648 said:

I made one out of our old fish tank before, but the plants ended up growing out of it. They work nice on new plants because the fish tank cover has lights.

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