Who doesn’t love a simple
- Glass container
- Spooky plastic spiders and skeletons (what we used here but you can use any small plastic Halloween items)
- Faux spider web
Pick a large glass container that can accommodate the size and shapes of plants you want to plant. A large cylinder or globe with an open top will likely work
1.Fill your glass with a layer of rocks to create the base of your terrarium. This will allow for drainage of water and ensure that your succulents stay nice and dry (how they like to be) after each watering. Gently arrange the rocks in the bottom of the terrarium as to not break the glass.
2.Pull the succulents from their containers and loosen up the dirt and roots. Arrange the plants in your terrarium and use the leftover soil from the planters to fill in the gaps in the soil. Try to keep the soil off the succulents as much as you can.
3.Use your spoon to place some moss down in the terrarium.
4.Finally, to make your terrarium really “
Clean up any excess dirt from the glass or off the leaves of the succulent with a paper towel or dry paint brush. Water as needed!
Once Halloween is over, you can easily remove your spooky items to make turn the terrarium back into a simple decor item!