10 responses to “easy upside down glass jar terrarium”

  1. Mandy

    so cute! i didn’t realize how long it had been since i dropped by your blog to see if you had updated! :)

  2. Pumpkinbear

    I “may” have accidentally used some of the materials that I gathered to make your hard-core terrariums on other projects. The stuff for teeny-tiny terrariums, however? I’ve got that! These might be sitting on my windowsill by nightfall.

  3. Kelleyn

    What a fun and easy activity for my boys!

  4. Laurie

    Hi! Neat project. You are always so creative!

    I’m hosting a link up on my blog tomorrow for all things weed/wildcrafting, and thought you might like to link up a related post. Hope to see you soon!

  5. Debbie

    Awesome, Lisa. I’ve been wanting to do this with Isaac…but they all seem like so much work. :) Your tutorial is PERFECT. And we have tons of moss and wood sorrel. Looks like this is on our “things to do” list this week.

    And it’s so nice to see you back here. I miss 5 Orange Potatoes. xo

  6. Becca

    ooh, so easy and pretty! Glad to see you back here.

    Becca

  7. Joy

    Awesome! I’ve been wanting to do a terrarium with the kids this summer and this is easy-peasy! Love it!

  8. Amber Morrisey

    beautiful!

    (off to the kitchen)

  9. Susan

    I really like this idea! I’m saving it for future use…maybe near future :)

  10. Robin

    These are so pretty!