Tiny Succulent Terrariums


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Succulents snipping are very easy to root in soil. Small clipping were taken from the "mother" plants.
A peek inside each reveals a small pebble floor and a colorful array of succulents. Each succulent is so pretty, but when combining an array of colors, leaf shapes and heights. Can you tell that I am pretty much addicted to succulents?
I made tiny little wooden bases for these terrariums to perch upon. This entire craft came together in a day (including drying time). It's a family friendly gardening craft too. It's fun to get the kids involved with making gifts from the family.

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  • Kim
    on Dec 2, 2014

    This looks so cute. However, where do I find the succulents? I don't own any of these and can you just snip off part of the succulent to put in the dirt? Written instructions would be great along withe the pictures.

  • Imaboomertoo
    on Aug 10, 2016

    I found that if you leave the plants until the soil is bone dry and then water them, mine continue to thrive. I water mine about every 2 weeks or so and do not put them in direct sunlight. I hope this helps for all of you who keep killing your succulents. :-)

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