Terrariums are all the rage right now because they are an easy and compact way to add some green to your indoor space. But what if you don’t exactly have a green thumb? No worries!
With this DIY terrarium, you don’t have to worry about watering, sunlight, or fertilizer. The best part? It’s made in an old perfume bottle, so it is a great upcycling craft that won’t break the bank. Check out the instructions and watch the video to see how you can make this cute and simple terrarium yourself.
– An empty perfume/body spray bottle
– Rubbing alcohol
– Cotten pads
– Decorative pebbles
– Floral moss
– A pencil
– Various types of faux greenery
– Hot glue gun
1. Peel off the label from the empty perfume or body spray bottle and clean away any sticky residue with a rubbing alcohol soaked cotton pad.
2. Using your hand as a funnel, pour the decorative pebbles into the bottle.
3. Using a pencil, add some decorative moss to the bottle. The pencil will help to push the moss through the small opening of the bottle and allow you to move it into the place you want once it is inside.
4. Take different types of faux greenery and, with the help of the pencil, place them where you want them inside the bottle.
5. Using your hot glue gun, place some glue on the threaded opening of the bottle.
6. Wrap the twine around the threaded part of the bottle until all of it is covered and cut away any excess twine.
7. Add another dot of glue to secure the end of the twine to the bottle.