Monday, July 20, 2015

Creating My Own Succulent Terrarium

Terrariums can be very beautiful additions or accents to desks and other other small spaces. I thought terrariums were hard to do but I discovered a very easy version when I accompanied my mom to an event. Children of my age can easily do this on their own after getting some help from their parents with the materials.

Last July 18 during the launch of Serin East Tagaytay, I was lucky to have participated in the terrarium workshop sponsored by smartyplantsph

I was very excited even before we started because of the many creations I saw on display.

Each one was given a starter set containing a ceramic cup, a succulent plant, and brush. Gravel, soil, and decorative stones were also given per table. And we're all set.

We were told to place about an inch of gravel at the bottom before the soil. The plant was carefully transferred by putting it in the space provided at the middle. Then I added just little more soil to keep the plant in place. Then it was time to be creative by adding decorative stones on top and some other personal touches.

I found some decorative hearts and flowers from my craft supply at home for the finishing touch. And voila, I have created my own succulent terrarium. Reminder though, water the plant only after 2 weeks and then every 5 days thereafter.


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