8 Charming DIY Winter Terrariums To Craft Right Now

8 charming diy winter terrariums to creaft right now cover

Though holidays have passed, winter is still here and this is a magical season when all the wishes and dreams come true and it’s so pleasant to walk in sparkly snow – if any – and warm yourself up with a cup of hot chocolate! To create a cozy winter ambience at home, you can make a cute winter terrarium – it may be a real or faux one, or just a winter scene to enjoy a holiday feel even after it’s over. Take a look at these tutorials and choose!

Terrariums are great! They are fun and easy to assemble, you can do that with your kids or on your own, they make great gifts or decorations. Create a wintry terrarium using bottlebrush trees and faux snow and creating a mini wonderland. The only living element here is moss and you can easily keep it alive misting it from time to time, and if you choose to add succulents, it will be a bit harder.

DIY winter terrarium with living moss and bottlebrush trees (via laurenconrad.com)

DIY winter terrarium with living moss and bottlebrush trees (via laurenconrad.com)

Create a small winter garden scene for your tabletop that looks like it’s been freshly sprinkled with snow! These great centerpieces or decorations are very easy to make and they look cool and winter-embracing. These are fully living terrariums, so you’ll have to water and take care of them regularly, keep it in mind or choose faux plants.

DIY all-living winter-inspired terrarium centerpieces (via www.hgtv.com)

DIY all-living winter-inspired terrarium centerpieces (via www.hgtv.com)

Here’s a great craft to make with your children! These are pretty winter terrariums with moss, faux snow and some bottlebrush trees. Choose eye-catchy geometric terrariums to make such a simple scene work properly and go for it – it’s a very simple craft! You can also add various elements you like inside – choose what makes it feel like winter for you.

DIY glam winter terrariums with moss and bottlebrush trees (via www.avestyles.com)

DIY glam winter terrariums with moss and bottlebrush trees (via www.avestyles.com)

This eye-catchy and chic winter terrarium is made using DIY snow and some faux winter plants. The idea is pretty simple – you fill the terrarium with faux snow and attach fake branches with berries inside, they will contrast snow and look bold. You can also add other touches inside, for example, pinecones or other stuff, get inspired and go create!

DIY winter terrarium with faux snow and faux plants (via nimistyle.com)

DIY winter terrarium with faux snow and faux plants (via nimistyle.com)

These winter terrariums aren’t natural at all – but they are like large snow globes, which makes them really adorable! One terrarium shows off a house in the snow and the other one shows some snowmen and bottlebrush trees. The idea is pretty simple: find large jars, put faux snow inside and then add as many items inside as you like – choose them yourself. You can also light up the scenes with LEDs, get inspired!

DIY winter terrariums that are giant snowglobes (via annlestyle.com)

DIY winter terrariums that are giant snowglobes (via annlestyle.com)

This is perhaps the simplest and fastest craft on our list: this is a winter terrarium/ jar with pinecones. The idea is easy: you put foam inside a jar, then cover it with faux snow and put glittered pinecones on sticks securing them in the foam. You may also add other elements you like here, too – put them on sticks.

DIY easy and fast winter terrarium with glitter pinecones (via thethingsshemakes.blogspot.com)

DIY easy and fast winter terrarium with glitter pinecones (via thethingsshemakes.blogspot.com)

I’m in love with this winter terrarium – it’s so natural and so easy! This is a large vintage bowl with moss, pinecones and fake mushrooms. The moss is living but you may use faux, and pinecones can be decorated in many ways – from bleaching to glittering. Get inspired and make this cute little scene yourself.

DIY natural winter terrarium with moss and pinecones (via www.shelterness.com)

DIY natural winter terrarium with moss and pinecones (via www.shelterness.com)

Forget faux snow if you don’t have it at hand and substitute it with usual table salt if you need it for crafting. This terrarium is a little holiday scene with bottlebrush trees, cute little figures, table salt and some lights, yes, it will definitely create a holiday feel in your space. Get inspired and make some of these cuties for your space!

DIY all-faux winter terrarium with lights (via www.smallgardeninspiration.com)

DIY all-faux winter terrarium with lights (via www.smallgardeninspiration.com)