Terrarium Craft : Create 50 Magical, Miniature Worlds, Paperback Book

Terrarium Craft : Create 50 Magical, Miniature Worlds Paperback

4.5 out of 5 (3 ratings)


A terrarium is nothing less than a miniature world - one that you can create yourself.

It might be a tiny rain forest, with lush foliage and bright tropical flowers. Or it might not contain any plants at all. It might be made with crystals, feathers, bones, seashells, bits of wood, pieces of porcelain - anything that catches your fancy and helps create a mood or look.

Whatever they contain, terrariums are the ultimate in modern, affordable, easy-care decor.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 200 pages, 150 colour photographs
  • Publisher: Timber Press
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  • Category: Specialized gardening methods
  • ISBN: 9781604692341

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Excellent photos, instruction, and terrarium inspiration!

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My love for terrariums goes back to the 1970s when those large, spaceship-style plastic orbs were so popular. Terrarium Craft by Amy Bryant Aiello and Kate Bryant is a wonderful book that has inspired me to bring some updated terrariums back into my home.What I liked most about the book is that that the authors’ creations are from found materials. Instead of expensive Wardian cases, this book shows how to create beautiful scenes from a variety of glass objects you may have around the house or something you will be able to pick up at a thrift store. The authors provide good instructions for choosing containers and the proper planting materials to provide for a healthy environment for added plants. There are many pages of inspiration for natural and unique materials to add beauty and charm to the desired scene. Plants and mosses are also explained. There are full-page sized photographs of most of the designs.I especially appreciate the photographs that show step-by-step how to assemble the terrarium. There are 50 terrarium projects with a list of contents and instructions for assembly. They are divided into four groups based on inspiration – Forest, Beach, Desert, and Fantasy. If you are not a plant person, some of these are so pretty that you don’t need to add plants! Just in case you don’t have time to hunt and gather supplies, there is a list of resources to purchase a variety of plants, mosses, and décor.This is a wonderful book for inspiration and instructions for creating terrariums. It would also make a nice gift book.

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This is the next generation of terrarium composition and display. The Bryants introduce exotic and mundane elements and materials which are very appealing. Borrow this one again.

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