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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.

We all strive for spring, sunshine, warm days and birds singing around, but spring is still a bit far away and now we are in the middle of winter. It's time to upgrade your home and make it cozier - not like on vacation, but cozy and inviting. There is nothing like faux fur other than adding texture and interest to the room. I advise you to check out an IKEA faux fur or get faux fur furniture and get cozy this winter! Here are some easy and quick fur IKEA hacks that you can now realize, inspire, and enjoy!

Chairs / stools

Chairs and stools are the easiest piece of furniture to hack with some fur: you can just take some fur from IKEA, paint it or leave it as is, and add the existing cushions to the seat or upholstery. You can also paint or dip the legs of the chair to make the look even cooler.

Other ideas

Covering stools with faux fur will give your home a cozier and more welcoming look. Faux fur rugs are timeless, and if you like classics fresher, paint them bold!

About Warwick

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

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