Saturday, March 3, 2012

Terrarium making


It's wonderful when you get an idea out of your head that has been sitting there for ages and see it come into fruitation. This weekend I made sure I took some time out to get crafty again and made this little terrarium with sweet some objects lying around the house.
I am happy now that my little Red Riding Hood Blythe doll figurine, finally has a proper home amongst some mushrooms and a sweet woodland deer!


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    1. Thanks and welcome! Oh I just love the name of your blog :)

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  2. this is soooo cute! This is the cutest terrarium ever.

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    1. Ah Thanks Christy! Shucks x It was fun an easy to make!

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  3. Oh the love of a terrarium, what of my favourite things in the world. Jenna did you use real moss? i love the little deer.

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    1. Hi Kel!, no I didn't use real moss, it might be wrong but I actually used model train grass bought from my local hobby shop!

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    1. Hi Stefania! Thanks for stopping by :)

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  5. Hi Jenna!

    I know what you mean with crafting and a full time job! I enjoy it though as its more satisfying and I appreciate it more when I finally get the time to start and finish a project!

    I love your terrarium! Sooo cute!

    Kat xx

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    1. Yes! I always start to feel guilty when I don't make time to be creative, or feel my head will explode if I don't get my ideas down.

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  6. OMG, this is the cutest thing I've seen in my life! You've inspired me. I think I might make one too!

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    1. Hi Jodi, Hope you have fun making your terrarium :)

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  7. super sweet! I like that tiny Blythe has a fun place to live :)

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    1. Thanks, Jannese, yes she is more at home here x

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