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Create a pretty Easter egg hunt scene with this DIY Easter Cloche Terrarium tutorial!
I really can’t believe that Easter is this weekend! Where is this year going already? I recently changed up my winter snow terrarium (one of my first Maker’s Mix-Up posts!) to make it a little more festive for Easter. I had pretty, speckled, pastel Easter eggs that I usually use to fill a decorative vase or bowl. Instead, I used some of them to decorate my terrarium. I also picked up a small Easter basket filled with flowers and eggs from Michael’s to add to it.
This Easter cloche terrarium reminds me of an Easter Sunday egg hunt with colorful eggs hidden in the grass. Every year, there’s usually an egg hunt held on our block Easter morning. A lot of the “kids” on the block aren’t kids anymore, so I’m not sure whether or not we’ll be having it (although I recently found a purple, plastic egg hiding in our bushes from who-knows-when). But it’s always cute to watch the kids scatter and run around all of our lawns to find eggs!
- 10-11 inch wood slice
- Preserved moss
- Mini Easter basket filled with eggs or flowers
- Fake succulents and/or air plants
- Plastic Easter eggs
- Glue Dots
- Glass cloche bell jar
- Arrange moss on your wood slice. Make sure your glass cloche will fit over the moss.
- Next, add a mini Easter basket in the center of the moss.
- Arrange succulents around the basket.
- Add a glue dot to each Easter egg, then place them in the moss around the succulents.
- Put the glass cloche over the moss and display!
All of the colors in this terrarium are perfect for this week’s Maker’s Mix-Up theme, PASTEL! Do you have a pastel colored Easter treat or a pastel DIY project to share? Come link up with Ashley and me this week! And in case you missed it, here are all of the great SPRING inspired posts that were shared last week!
DIY Stamped Clay Garden Markers from Living La Vida Holoka
Swai with Spring Vegetables from DebCB
Miniature Terra Cotta Flower Pot Wreath from Dazzle While Frazzled
Edible Flower Pudding Cups from Cool Moms Cool Tips
Rainbow Rice Krispie Treats from Hello Nature