I love terrariums too. I recently did a post and made up a few of my own. Unfortunately they didn't live, but they were so lovely while they did. Guess I need to do a little more research on creating the right environment next time. Good luck with yours, I can't wait to see them...I'm so craving some green myself. Hugs-Carrie
Check out the offerings at West Elm. They have some beautiful, simple glass cloche-like containers right now and some equally lovely putty colored pottery bases.These are just gorgeous.
Nice. IT MAKES ME WANT TO GET TO THE GARDEN!L.
What a lovely idea...They are like little magical worlds under glass.
These are fab and all the rage! In case you missed this great piece on CBS Sunday Morning, it is all about terraiums.http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=7251965n
I am so ready for green instead of gray! (raining here...boo!)Love these! -Ann
omg! i have also recently developed this obsession with glass containers, jars, bottles...anything really!! they're dangerously addictive and i just love the idea of terrariums!
Donna, I love terrariums too! These are beautiful.If you put a few together, please share.Hope your week is going well.Teresaxoxo
So nice to bring some green inside...terrariums are making a comeback!xoxoKarenaArt by Karena
Oh, try succulents under glass but in a bright spot in your home. They are SOOOOO easy and look so "cottagy" and modern at the same time. The trick is the light. They must have it! The beauty is they hate to be watered. Yes!
You are so right! In the middle of winter, I long for something, anything green! These would be perfect!!Happy Tuesday my Dear! xo
ok donna... this is getting scary... you post something and i am thinking the same thing... my windows at the store are filled with glass vessels... inside the store... my home... what is it? separated at birth???he he xoxo
I really like the looks of showing off objects in glass too. I tried a twist on this idea. I recently bought some Asian looking lanterns with glass sides. I placed my antique Japanese teapots, one in each of them. I wanted to move away from having clusters of knicknacks. I love it! So many ideas from bloggers!
Yes, bring the green in my friend!I have always loved terrariums and apotechary jars. A very elegant way of displaying plants and branches.Tons of hugs,Mon
Love, love, love these!!!xo J~
I love terrariums, there are also perfect in a living space. I want to do a large one with an orchid inside.xxcallie
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