I took a workshop today: Creating a Botanical Terrarium. It was at the most amazingly beautiful
I love terrariums. I think they are mystical magical lands where fantastic creatures can live. Have you ever watched moss bloom?
Fortunately, living in the Pacific Northwest, there is a lot of moss. Tons of it, it’s in our lawn, on our roof, and covering trees, especially in the woods. While the materials for this were supplied, I think terrariums are the perfect environment to display your nature walk findings. Chad shared some of the
We turned our works of art on lazy susans. (I also love lazy susans, they are probably on every single table in China btw.)
I wish I could tell you the name of the all the plants in my terrarium above, but instead, just marvel at their loveliness like I do. (Ok, there’s a fern in there, and some tree moss and some mood moss. For the life of me I can’t remember the name of the pink and green leafed beauty.) I have a plate covering my terrarium now, but I’m on the lookout for a fabulous clear class cover of some sort (LOVE the glass headlight Chad had at the studio.)
We could have made succulent terrariums too. I love succulents.
One of my favorite things are the “decorations”. Just think of the possibilities….
I really loved my workshop today. It was the perfect creative outlet. Reminded me that I need to make something every day (other than dinner and the bed).