Chic Wine Glass Terrariums

Chic Wine Glass Terrariums
Chic Wine Glass Terrariums
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Do you absolutely love succulent plants, but you're a little bit short on space to grow them? Then these Chic Wine Glass Terrariums will be just what you need. Budget-friendly and perfect for beginners, this indoor gardening project is a creative way to upcycle old wine glasses into beautiful little planters that are just the right size for succulents. You can display the succulents on your kitchen table, your windowsill, or even on your desk in your office. As the terrariums are small and light, you can quickly and easily move them to other rooms in your home for optimal conditions.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsGlass, Nature Material

Primary TechniqueGardening


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