These easy-to-make DIY Fall Terrarium Ideas can light up any space in your home! They are small and easy on the pocket, too!
Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, these easy and fun DIY Fall Terrarium Ideas will make your room feel super cozy. Scroll down to discover the magic of fall in a jar!
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DIY Fall Terrarium Ideas
1. Mini Fall Terrarium Jar
With a jar, moss, gravel, sand, and some twigs, you, too, can create this beautiful fall terrarium for any corner of your home. Check out the DIY here.
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3. Glass Dome Terrarium for Fall Décor
From mini figurines and pumpkins to brilliant fall foliage, this fall terrarium will certainly turn the heads of the guests who visit you! Tutorial here.
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7. Glass Terrariums for Fall
Go for one, two, three, or as many as you want! These beautiful fall terrariums in glasses will spruce up any corner of your home! Tutorial here.
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8. Fall Terrarium with 6 Things
All you need are lights, putka pods, moss, confetti, rocks, and acorns to create a stunning fall centerpiece for your home. Here’s how!
9. Candy Pumpkin and Rock Terrarium
Grab an old vase and fill it with candy pumpkins, rocks, your favorite foliage, and some pumpkins, and you’ll have your fall terrarium for the season! Check it out here.
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14. Fall Terrarium for Halloween
This DIY might have artificial succulents and air plants, but what’s stopping you from going with real ones? Learn how to make it here and give it a personal touch.
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16. Fall Terrarium with Miniatures
You can use ANYTHING. Get creative! Vases, apothecary jars, wooden lanterns, or even drinking glasses. This DIY uses toy animals, mushrooms, and butterflies, too!