This terrarium workshop will bring a bit of green into your house because your learn to make mini terrariums: Green little secrets. Having a bit of green around brightens your day. And these little green friends carry special meaning too!
In their bottles, they recycle water, so you won’t need to add much – all they need is your company and a little love.
A green little secret is, a mini-terrarium, a plant in a bottle. Might look simpel and it also is. Though the plant is not just a plant because it has a certain meaning. And the bottle is not just a bottle but a used juice bottle, because I love recycling.
My name is Marjet Wullink, born and raised on a farm and now a city girl but these Green little secrets (mini terrariums) give me back some nature in my house.
You can also order the labels via http://www.greenlittlesecrets.com
This was a great class! I loved how she explained step by step the process. I am going to make a green little secret in the soon.Jeannine Morrissey
Good project for kids!
Great idea and a good project for kids to do and learn
Maintaining terrariums, learn it in the terrarium workshop
I actually never was good with plants, they gave up on me. Especially because I did not love them enough. I started to look at plants, terrariums, a little bit more in the past few years. And than when I was in India I I go inspired and I started to look at blogs where there were some terrariums that I loved. There the ideas started to develop.
So A mix of interests nature, sustainability and spirituality made the ‘greenlittlesecrets’, the mini-terrariums.
The spirituality is in the meaning of the plant. The meaning of a fern is for example Hapiness and riches. I wrote this on a label on the bottle. So the place where you put your green little secrets will be filled with this positive karma of the plant.
So you wanna learn to make a green little secret? Be sustainable with your bottles and give some positive karma to your house?
Than watch how to make these Greenlittlesecrets by enrolling in this class!
Life is better with a little green in it!
Simple but wonderful idea. Great tips are included to be successful with this project.Kelly Pfeiffer
I like that you gave 3 examples of different bottles! Makes it very clear