Paper Succulent Terrarium for the Black Thumb
There is just about no thinking involved period. You pretty much select the image in your library and all of the different layers come up. I just resized it to fit on my paper and in a few minutes, this was cut complete with fold lines. I used a textured cardstock in case you were wondering.
I simply followed the fold lines to give the paper dimension and set my pieces aside.
I used hot glue on each layer because hot glue is my favorite glue, that's why. But also because it dries fast and would work to hold irregular shapes in place better than regular glue that takes time to dry. The assembly took about two minutes. Again, my kind of project.
I had rocks left over from a project I worked on but you can find them at the dollar store, and the glass terrarium I used was a buck at a local thrift shop.
So for just a few dollars, I was able to create this cute little paper succulent terrarium that I have no way of killing!
I think it might even pass as being real don't you think?
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