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Christmas Décor: DIY Christmas Terrarium

November 18, 2020

Welcome friends to a Christmas Décor DIY Christmas Terrarium. This is a super fun and kid friendly holiday craft and I highly recommend it for the youngsters in your life.  I assembled this in just about 10 minutes. This is a no fuss craft project that is about the sweetest and easiest craft that I have shared in a long time. You can easily put your own unique spin on it for the Holidays.

Please keep on scrolling too, because I know you aren't going to want to miss out on 17 Makers bringing you a crafting extravaganza for the Holidays. All of the links to all of this creativity can be found at the end of this post.

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I am going for a Christmas Tree theme in DIY Christmas Terrarium Village I used the following supplies.

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Supplies For DIY Christmas Terrarium

* Terrarium  

*Christmas Ornaments 

* Christmas Trees

*Metal Houses

*Cardboard Church

*Metal Truck

*Faux Snow

*Christmas Buffalo Snow

*Christmas Lights 

*Batteries (usually AA) 


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Let's Make It!

This is a layering craft, so we are going to first begin with the twinkle lights. Make sure to put batteries in the twinkle lights. Next cut Christmas Buffalo snow to fit over the twinkle lights, then add some of the sparkling faux snow (one of my favorite elements! 🎅 )

Place Miniature Trees, truck, houses etc... on top of the snow and presto you have created a darling DIY Christmas Terrarium.

 

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For added Christmas cheer and goodwill I created a Christmas Vignette on our sofa table.

Using the Christmas Terrarium as the focal point I added an Aluminum Christmas Trees, Christmas ornament, Vintage Christmas Sign and a metal countdown to Christmas Truck.


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DIY  Snow-globe Mason Jars

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DIY Scrapbook Paper Christmas Vignette

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 I just know you are all feeling so crafty after visiting my friend Chas as she inspired us all with 

8 DIY ornament ideas.

Make An Extra Long Swag/  Make A Centerpiece For a Narrow Table 

 

 Make An Centerpiece for a Narrow Table/  DIY Grinch Gnome 


Upcycled Gift Tins / 8 Easy DIY Ornament Gifts / Christmas Terrarium 


Chocolate Covered Snowman Pretzels / DIY Christmas Gnome Garland 


Thanksgiving Table Favors / Christmas Stocking DIY 


Snowman Charcuterie Board / Velvet Christmas Flower Picks


Create Festive Frosted Candle Holders in 2 Easy Steps 


 DIY Christmas Vintage Cutting Boards Vignette 


5 Minute Mason Jar Candle Lamps / DIY Farmhouse Simple Joy Canvas 


Quick and Easy DIY Thanksgiving Table Ideas 


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  1. such a cute craft. I love how you styled your glass container. Happy Holiday my friend.

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  2. Adorable Jemma! I love your sweet and snowy village in your Christmas terrarium! Your little Christmas truck with the Christmas count down is adorable too! So happy to be hopping with you again. Wishing you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving ♥

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  3. Beautiful and creative, Jemma! What a fun way to create a Christmas winter wonderland!

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  4. Oh how sweet! It looks adorable in your sofa table vignette! I love your calendar count down pick up truck too...I know your grands will be ohhing and ahhing!! {and touching 😂}
    I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!
    Jenna

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  5. It looks so magical Jemma! Sometimes the easiest crafts are the most striking and endearing. Have a happy Thanksgiving :)

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  6. These are so cute and totally original. I love your Christmas imogee too. I like the glass jar you sourced from Anthropologie, it's really cool. Thanks for being part of the hop today. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  7. This looks amazing. Love how you decorated your glass container. Your Christmas table looks beautiful.

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  8. I grew up making Christmas terrariums in a brandy snifter (or my mom did -- I watched and when I was older we did summer ones with moss from the lake.) This takes me back to my childhood and it's lovely!

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  9. Good morning Jemma! The season has arrived. The bins in the closet have come out, organized and refreshed as well as new ideas for vignettes. A toy truck is always a part of my décor and I love the idea of a terrarium. I have a few things under cloches and that just adds so much sparkle to the evening as well as keeping the dust off delicate glitter! Have a super day my friend.

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  10. Jemma, such an adorable display! It's especially nice to be able to create something so quickly and easily that is also flexible to change up from year to year. P.S. My mother is halfway done making 2 magnolia wreaths using your tutorial from last month's hop. She's giving them as gifts for Thanksgiving. The leaves came from my sister's Charleston yard.

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  11. Jemma, your sweet terrarium brings a smile to my face! Happy Thanksgiving, Friend! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

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  12. What a cute idea! I like that you can do this with the grands!

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  13. Your terrarium is awesome Jemma! Always a fan of your work, so very cute and festive. Wonderful crafting with you

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  14. What an easy decor idea! I'm thinking a gingerbread house theme would be so cute, too! I guess any theme would. : )

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  15. What a pretty Christmas vignette, Jemma. Love how quick it is. That must be one big glass. Your styling and Christmas pieces are each wonderful additions to the overall theme. Have a Happy Thanksgiving.

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  16. Live this it's filled with many pretty pieces.

    Cindy

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  17. Jemma, This is so cute! I love the idea of using containers like this one to create little displays. There are so many little Christmas treasures you can tuck inside containers like this. I can see an entire collection of these displayed on a table or a mantel! I hope you have a lovely Thanksgiving!

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  18. I love your Christmas terrarium, Jemma! It's such an easy way to add a festive touch to a space. The twinkle lights make it extra special. I'm going to try my own version in a vintage fish bowl. Thanks for the inspiration! Pinned :)

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