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diy christmas terrariums

diy christmas terrariums

Terrariums are popular for decor, they can be made for any season and vacation, living and non-living. We’ve already shared some Christmas terrariums, but these were just ornaments, and today I want to continue the theme with these Christmas terrariums – with cloches, bowls, jars and so on.

This amazing terrarium consists of a geometric terrarium filled with pink glitter and a little winter scene. Here you can see Christmas trees and deer, but you can choose any character you like. Such a decoration can become a cool centerpiece, a mantelpiece decoration, a shelf decoration or a window sill piece depending on the size of the terrarium you take.

This isn’t just a holiday terrarium, it’s wintry, and you can add some holiday joy to it yourself. The piece consists of a bowl, moss and some pine cones – looks very rustic and cute. How do you add holiday joy? Spray paint to add gold, fake snow, and tiny ornaments to the pine cones, and voila!

Do you have a big bell on hand? Make this cute, vintage-style terrarium out of a cake stand and bell, fake snow, and some small Christmas trees of your choice. The piece looks extremely cool, and you can add other details too if you think it’s a bit blank.

Buy some mini terrariums and fill them with fake snow, glitter, ornaments, Christmas trees, and the like. Skirt colors you like and add as many pieces as you like – get creative and invite your kids to make these cool decorations too!

Such a non-living Christmas terrarium can be made with a large glass, fake snow, several colorful Christmas trees, and some funny characters. Create different looks with more characters, small gifts in boxes and sweets – your kids will love it!

This winter scene was made as a small terrarium, the piece is big because it houses a toy truck with a Christmas tree. Add fake snow, some lights of your choice, or maybe a lightbulb and voila – a beautiful winter decoration is ready.

Wine glasses made of plastic and colored cardboard can become a cool vintage-style terrarium. Glue some figures and the like onto the cardboard and cover the whole scene with a plastic wine glass. You can also add some thread to hang the terrarium, or just leave it as it is.

Get some simple lidded jars and turn them into cool and sweet winter terrariums. Fill them with salt and various winter and holiday-like figures and voila! You can also add moss, pine cones, cinnamon sticks and the like to keep the terrarium smelling in winter.

Take a large jar and make a beautiful terrarium with a toy truck or truck ornament, add fake snow and something else that fits – or leave it as it is. The size and filling of each glass is up to you. Customize it to your liking.

A large pharmacy can be a nice base for an eye-catching and very simple Christmas terrarium. Since the piece is very large, you have to fill it with a lot of artificial snow and only then put something on it – the bottom of the glass is very narrow and you cannot display anything there. The terrarium is made with Christmas decorations and a tree, or you can put something else there that you like. Add lights and shine brightly!

Snow globes are traditional for Christmas and making a snow globe Christmas terrarium is a brilliant idea. These lighted terrariums contain different Christmas scenes that you can vary as you wish. Read the entire tutorial for more details.

Pasta is a delicious meal and can be used for various handicrafts too! Pasta can be a material for making decor, accessories, and toys. Get some pasta and get ready to make something amazing for your home and your kids playing! Biscuit jars, planters, vases, cell phones, chess games and much more - hurry to read our roundup!

Home decor and accessories

Do you like to bake? If you bake a lot or make cookies for gifts, storing and giving them in cookie jars is a good idea, and you can make some bold and cool cookie jars yourself! Check out these brightly colored tins decorated with brightly colored noodles - some of the designs are even reminiscent of mandalas, and if you like them just take noodles, tins, and paints and go! You could even adopt the snowflake-like look for the winter vacation! Whatever you choose, we are sure they will look great and that the cookies will be devoured in no time.

It's a DIY pasta patterned planter! Try using pasta to create patterns on your simple planters and create a cute little stand planter with bowtie pasta. It looks so great and frankly, it's not that time consuming on a project. Maybe a little strange for some to stick pasta on a bowl, but it's so darn cute!

However, if you don't have a big green thumb, this project is perfect for you! All you need is a handful of different types of pasta, some thimbles, a little green paint, and of course, some handy hot glue. These plants don't actually use anything unusual - rigatoni, macaroni, thin pasta, and two sizes of pasta bowls are all we use! Check out your closet (or craft room!) To see what shapes and sizes you have on hand, and let your pasta inspire your mini-plants. You could stick a pin back on the thimble and turn these babies into brooches! Or for kids who love to play with dollhouses, these are a great DIY option to create your own yard.

Pasta has never been so cute! Give the leftover pasta in the pantry a colorful makeover that's perfect for your next party. Kids (and adults!) Will have so much fun arranging the pasta in fun designs and patterns on the cake stands, and then painting them in the colors you want to match your party theme! Plus, these products are very affordable, so you can make a whole ton of them and have a huge dessert display without breaking the bank.

Every cake or cupcake at your party needs a topper! Make some cool pasta toppers for a spring or summer dessert table or for Easter. These campanelle lilies are made from common pasta and they look so cool! Tuck a bunch of these campanelle lilies into a round cake or tie a pretty ribbon to make a bouquet for mom!

Cell Phones - Can You Ever For Too Many? This amazing phone is ombre and it's made entirely of turquoise lacquered pasta - so cool! Ombre is one of the hottest color trends for modern home decor, so you are getting a very trendy piece for your home! Such a craft is not difficult, does not take a lot of time, and you can add various details to the ends - bells, bows, flowers and other items that you love.

These fun pasta invitations are perfect for any party, vacation, bridal shower, baby shower, graduation, or even the perfect craft for tweens and teens to display in their rooms. You can even think beyond invitations and use them as place cards, gift toppers, baby announcements, or ornaments. Stick a magnet on the back and hang it on your fridge! What will you write on your mini letter board?

Beautify your room with these fun pots! These brightly colored pasta butterflies are quick to make and cool to make your planters stand out. You can also put them on chopsticks and add them as accessories to other items. Read the tutorial and find out how to make such colorful butterflies!

Crafts for children

You will enjoy this bright craft that turns common pasta into colorful, bright and amazing sculptures. Make these sculptures with your kids! Have the children thread pasta, macaroni, and previous shapes through the pipe cleaners. Bend and twist them around the pasta. Let them have fun!

Get ready for the Christmas season with this homemade pasta chess game! Older children can help assemble the pasta chess pieces, and younger ones will love to paint the pieces. Since this pasta chess game already has a super unique look, skip the traditional black and white pieces and use bright acrylic paints. Such chess will definitely attract and inspire your children, have fun!

Make colorful glitter noodles for your children! There are a ton of uses for your glittery pasta. Your children can use it to create pictures, pick up the pasta with tweezers and practice fine motor skills, etc. Of course, seriously sophisticated designer pasta jewelry is the preferred choice. Your child will not notice that stringing these noodles is actually making their own noodle. Do a few!

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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