Are you looking for DIY projects that still work well after Holiday? You should try to make terrariums to improve your winter decoration. Whether you want to make real terrariums or faux ones, it will be nice to add to your home decor. Get a cozy winter ambiance by having these simple projects that are easy to make and budget-friendly. Let us check out our winter terrariums ideas further below to inspire you!
DIY All-Living Winter-Inspired Terrarium
This terrarium was made with a DIY project using moss so it looks more natural. Complemented with evergreens will give a touch of simple and real winter. Moss and Evergreen Terrarium from @plantecadou.
With Living Moss And Bottlebrush Trees
Glam Winter Terrariums
Look so beautiful ! This terrarium is filled with a lighted Christmas tree so it looks more beautiful and festive. Complete with a sprinkling of salt will present a perfect snowy look in winter. Lighted Christmas Tree Terrarium from @nataliastradgard.
Winter Terrarium With Faux Snow
Having a forest theme, this terrarium succeeds in presenting a perfect natural look. Complete with a sprinkling of white powder and placing it in the room will make the winter decoration even more perfect. Fairy Winter Forest Terrarium from @bi.truc.
Simple but still interesting. This winter terrarium was made using a glass jar to make it simpler and still attractive. Filled with evergreens and berries and sprinkled with white powder, this terrarium will look stunning. Jar Terrarium from @jessicaearlylit.
Easy And Fast Winter Terrarium
Made using a glass box, this winter terrarium looks simpler but still attractive. A gnome, tree, snowman ornament in a glass box along with a sprinkling of faux snow will make this terrarium look very beautiful and inspiring. Cube Terrarium from @nature_confetti_.
Natural Winter Terrarium With Moss
Present terrarium in winter decoration! Moss terrariums are the right choice. Complete with a sprinkling of white powder and place it in the indoor area so that it will steal attention. Moss and Berries Terrarium from @queensbotanicalgarden.