I’m excited to share with you today a guest post from Laurie, the creative blogger at My Husband Has Too Many Hobbies. If you visit Laurie’s blog, you’ll see how she can take everyday ordinary things and make beautiful crafts and decor. Some of my favorite features on her blog include a series on metal embossing (my favorite is the Elegant Lady), upcycle and repurposing projects, crafts (love How to DIY Vintage books), recipes (try the Gugelhupf Cake recipe), and DIY home decor. You’ll even find a section for Mr. Hobby projects.
Guest Post From My My Husband Has Too Many Hobbies
Hi! I’m Laurie and I blog over at My Husband Has Too Many Hobbies. I love sharing a wide variety of crafts, upcycles and DIY home decor ideas. Thank you, Sherry, for allowing me the opportunity to visit and share one of our most popular projects with you today.
How to DIY Glass Jar Terrariums
Do you save glass jars and containers like I do? There are so many ways to use them. I especially love finding large wide mouth jars, which are perfect for this type of project. Thrift stores and flea markets are great places to find glass containers if you don’t happen to have any of your own. We used a variety of glass containers for our DIY Glass Jar Terrariums, even putting one large jar on its side to give us more surface room to fill.
Mini succulents are perfect for this type of project and offer a nice variety of leaf size and color and they grow slowly which means the plants won’t outgrow the jar too quickly. Add rocks, moss or other small items as you choose. We’d love for you to stop by How To DIY Glass Terrariums and see the details on how easily our terrariums came together!