Small and covered Terrariums are great for decoration and gardening in tight spaces! Here are some low-maintenance DIY Closed Terrarium Ideas!
Plants bring a new lease of life indoors. If you are running low on space but still want to grow them, these DIY Closed Terrarium Ideas are going to be a perfect choice. They not only serve as ornamental pieces but also allow you to grow plants in a creative and fun way!
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DIY Closed Terrarium Ideas
1. Terrarium Basics
Grow your favorite plants in a container to have a green space in your house. There is no limitation as to what you can use as a container. It can be anything glass with a lid! Visit Nerdy With Children to see the detailed article.
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2. Glass Jar Terrarium
Have a heritage glass jar? This closed terrarium idea could be an ornamental add-on to your indoor garden. Follow this DIY to learn more.
3. Beautiful DIY Terrarium
For a closed terrarium, you should choose plants that like moist and humid surroundings. Get a closed container, pebbles, activated charcoal, plants, and follow the tutorial.
4. Terrarium Guide
Click here for a detailed article on maintaining a terrarium; open or close! This guide has everything you need to know before DIYing a terrarium.
5. DIY Closed Terrarium
Containers change, but the steps remain the same for creating a terrarium. Experiment with the decoration using fairy ornaments or other small figurines! The tutorial is here.
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6. Minimal Terrarium Idea
This basic DIY tutorial teaches you to create a terrarium in containers with a lid.
7. Basics of Closed Terrariums
Learn the basics of creating and perpetuating a closed terrarium with this guide by Instructables.
8. Bottle Terrarium
Glass bottles filled with plants can be a beguiling centerpiece or a gift favor! Watch this tutorial for more information.
9. Easy DIY Closed Terrarium
DIY a closed terrarium with this article here. You can use it as a centerpiece near your entryway. It’s easy and fun to do.
10. Concrete Tree Slice
Use a mariner’s lamp and DIY a concrete base to create a closed terrarium with a unique touch. Although the idea is to put a pot and succulent, you can advance it to a terrarium instead.
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11. DIY Terrarium Necklace
Find a mini terrarium necklace in your nearest local store and get into this artistic DIY. Once you have all the supplies ready, it’s absolutely easy to recreate this idea.
12. Coffee Pot Terrarium
This tiny terrarium gives the visual illusion of an ocean in a nutshell. All you need is a coffee pot, air plants, white sand, moss, and river rocks. Find it here.
13. Mason Jar Succulent
Transform mason jars into terrarium gardens. The blogger has used faux succulents, but you can use the real ones for an open terrarium and other plants for closed ones. Put on the lid of the mason jar for a closed vessel terrarium. Get the How-to here.
14. Light Bulb Terrarium
This light bulb terrarium is not just eco-friendly but easy too. Pair plants of different colors and textures to make it even more appealing. The tutorial is here.
15. DIY Terrarium Christmas Ornament
Don’t let that Christmas glass ornament orb sit idle in the box! Use it creatively to grow moss and small twigs. Once completed, you can hang it anywhere and let people admire your creation!
16. DIY Terrarium Place Holder
Another DIY to grow moss in a Clear Glass Ornament and then putting it on a mason jar’s lid, using the latter as a stand. To enhance its look further, you can also put crepe paper flowers.
17. Green Glass Jar Planter
Using a medium-sized, green glass jar, you can grow pilea and different colored fittonia plants. Fill the jar with pebbles at the bottom to add to the look.
18. Mini Trees Inside Jars
Planting mini artificial trees inside a glass jar with moss can be a great tabletop idea! Being artificial, the trees will never require any maintenance, while the moss’s easy-to-care nature will ensure it keeps looking lush green!
19. Small Lightbulb Terrarium
Want to craft something interesting? If you love machinery and like the industrial look of things, this minimalistic DIY is for you! You can easily grow moss, bean sprouts, or forget-me-nots in it.
20. DIY Square Bottle Terrarium
Great to put on deck or patio railings, these Square Bottle Terrariums are fun to make. Fill the jars with small rocks and pebbles to weigh them down, and put your favorite succulents inside! It can also be a great nature center project for kids.
21. DIY Cookie Jar Terrarium
Just grab a large glass cookie jar, gravel, and soil, and pair these with seashells, moss, ferns, and rocks to create your terrarium.
22. Gnome Garden Terrarium
Create your own Gnome Garden Terrarium by adding gravel, charcoal, soil, and add a succulent or cacti. You can add stones, twigs, and figurines to accompany your garden gnomes.
23. Bioactive Terrarium
Here is how to make a Bioactive Terrarium that will attract everyone with its character and a little forest-like look inside a glass jar.
24. Fairy Garden Terrarium
Wish for a DIY Terrarium garden that your kids would love? Go for this Fairy Garden Terrarium with soil, fairy accessories, mosses, and other plants.
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25. DIY Woodland Terrarium
Best for peaceful study rooms and the porch, this DIY woodland terrarium exhibits a peaceful earthy scent with its moisture-loving ferns and moss that look like a mini forest inside a jar.
26. Hanging Terrarium
Mounting reindeer moss or succulents into hanging terrariums is a wonderful design to add a natural green vibe to any room. It only requires ceiling mounts, wall brackets, or door hangers. Details are here.
27. Sweetheart Hoya Terrarium
Hoya Kerrii is a stunning and minimalistic succulent with a beautiful heart-shaped leaf. You can easily make a terrarium for your home using it!
28. Liquor Bottle Terrarium
A terrarium in a liquor bottle is an excellent DIY idea that requires minimal effort. Pick up any old bottle, transform it into a Terrarium, and add a green touch to your room.
29. DIY Pickle Jar Terrarium
A DIY Pickle Jar Terrarium definitely makes a statement with its size, turning the heads of everyone. You can use any glass or plastic jar for the same.
30. Spiritual Buddha Terrarium
Want to give an essence of spirituality and calm to any room? A Spiritual Buddha Terrarium with real or faux plants can provide just that with minimal effort.