DIY: How to Make a Terrarium Necklace

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Terrariums – glass containers with little gardens inside – are really popular these days as home accessories, but they make lovely fashion accessories too! All you have to do is make one on a slightly smaller scale in a bottle like this one with a ring attached to it so that you can wear it as a necklace. If you know someone who loves plants, these terrarium necklaces make really special gifts and will last a heck of a lot longer than flowers. They’re really easy to make too – read on for the DIY instructions.

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Yuka Yoneda is a writer, cheese lover and JeDIY master whose love of recycled fashion led her to start Clossette.com as a resource for folks looking to revamp what they already have in their closets. Her penchant for crafting has a lot to do with what she's seen around her in NYC, where she was born and raised. She believes that if you can "make it" here, you can "make it" anywhere, so that's exactly what she does. Yuka is also the Managing Editor of Inhabitat NYC and her refashioned clothing and DIY ideas have been featured on The Today Show, Glamour, HGTV.com and other websites and magazines. Yuka also writes for Ecouterre and has written for The Daily Green and The New York Times.

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11 Responses to DIY: How to Make a Terrarium Necklace

  1. Pingback: DIY ~ Terrarium Necklace | *bespoke* magazine australia

  2. I really want to try making some terrarium necklaces like the ones @kneesonleaves makes on instagram. Knees on Leaves terrarium necklaces have charms on them and they put little plants inside. Are the plants alive in this terrarium necklace?

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  3. Cherise says:

    What plant should I use? I really want to try to make this. Do you have any recommendation for me?

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  4. Ludmilla says:

    Lovely lichen and moss, organic and freshly collected by moi, can be found here:
    https://www.etsy.com/listing/58163094/moss-lichen-terrarium-natural-authentic

    Cheers
    Ludmilla

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  5. Haly says:

    Doesn’t the plant get to big for the bottle quickly?

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    • YukaYuka says:

      The plants that I’ve put in my necklaces so far have stayed small (mostly clovers and plants that don’t become huge), but yes, that’s totally possible if you use other plants!

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      • Alex says:

        Hi, i ordered just the bottle yesterday and didnt receive a conformation and didn’t get charged the money yet. I was wondering when it would come?

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        • YukaYuka says:

          Hi Alex,

          I still don’t have your order in the system. Did you receive a confirmation yet?

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          • koolin says:

            i bet you could sell alotta those at music festivals. i dont think many people have seen that before and i think that kind of thing would do well with the crowd that goes to festies.

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  6. Kayleigh says:

    I’m confused, it says “Read on for the DIY instructions” – Did I miss the link for the jump? I don’t see where I can read on…

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    • Clossette says:

      Hi Kayleigh!

      Sorry about that. You can see the instructions by clicking on the page numbers under the post but I realize they’re hard to find. I’m gonna work on that. Hope this helps. Your comment certainly helped me by shedding light on this issue. Thank you for reading! Yuka

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