21 of the Cutest Terrariums We've Ever Seen

You're totally going to want to make one of these!

By Hometalk Highlights

This one that sits in a big jar

Just imagine how many succulents you can fit into this huge jar.

This coffee pot one

From the blue pot handle to the colorful succulents, this little thing is so adorable on any table.

This pretty one made in a vase

We love the idea to put succulents in a vase. It's like an everlasting bouquet of flowers.

This one that looks like a gumball machine

It’s actually made out of a terra cotta pot and saucer. Who knew?

This easy one made from a coke bottle

Place some pebbles on the bottom to level out the dirt, then plant your favorite succulent and you’re good to go.

This cute one made from old glass jars

Just another reason we love to repurpose and recycle.

This fancy one using dollar store frames

Just another reason why we love going to the dollar store.

These hanging globe terrariums

If there’s one thing we like more than terrariums, it’s a bunch of globe terrariums.

This beach vibe one

You don’t always need dirt; sand works well, too.

This one made from a light fixture

You don’t always need to buy something for a terrarium, more often than not, you can find something for it in your home.

This aquarium-turned-terrarium one

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Not to mention those adorable mini pots used to hold the plants.

This one that used to be a pendant light

It looks so perfect as a terrarium, we couldn't believe that it was first a pendant light.

This square one made from picture frames

Use a hot glue gun to glue these together, then fill it with some moss and a plant.

This one made in a punch bowl and glass

Little wine glass succulents! Definitely the top of the cutest terrarium list.

These ones made from mason jars

Ahh, mason jars. Is there anything that doesn’t look good with you?

This cute one made in a bottle

We love how much it adds to the shelf it’s sitting on.

This bell shaped pumpkin themed one

Whether for fall or spring, this pumpkin terrarium works anywhere.

This simple vase one

Just one big succulent, that’s all this vase needs to look perfect all the time.

These cute ones made from vintage containers

That gumball machine, with those old spice cans, are absolutely adorable.

This heart one made from a pan

You know those heart-shaped and teddy-bear shaped pans? They’re more than just for baking cakes.

This hexagon shaped one

We love the shape of the terrarium, but can we talk about those gold matching filler rocks?