Thursday, February 23, 2017

DIY Air Plant Terrariums

Have you heard of air plants?  They are such a fun and unique way to bring a little more green into your life.  With all the winter weather we've been having in central Washington State, I'm so ready for spring.  I'm teaming up with Fairfield World to bring you this project and have been compensated for this post, but all ideas, opinions, and enthusiasm are 100% my own.  This post contains affiliate links.

Air plants don't get planted in dirt. (In fact that would kill them.)  Instead they can be displayed in all sorts of fun ways...anywhere they can get enough natural light.  They get watered about once a week by dipping them in water for a few minutes, let them dry, and then place them back in their home.

You can switch out the color pebbles to match any holiday, decor, or color scheme.  I have Valentine's Day and...

...St. Patrick's Day in mind.

Here's what you'll need to make your own.

You can find my complete instructions for these Air Plant Terrariums on the Fairfield World site here.

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