How to make a mason jar terrarium

You don't have to be a pro gardener to grow indoor plants. Terrariums are a cool way to add some green to your space while also making plant care easy. For this terrarium, simply twist off the mason jar and spray the plants with water whenever they need a drink.
By using three jars instead of one for this terrarium, you get a piece that makes a big impact. With the addition of pinecones and acorns, the final product is a rustic and woodland-inspired decor item that allows you to bring a little bit of nature indoors.
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Materials
- 3 mason jars
- Medium-sized wooden tray
- Hot-glue gun
- Sticks
- Small pinecones
- Succulents
- Acron tops
Instructions
1. Remove the metal bands from the lids of three mason jars.
2. Glue the three metal bands upside down onto the wooden tray using a hot-glue gun. The bands should be in the center of the tray and evenly spaced apart across its width.
3. Attach sticks to the top edge of the tray using a hot-glue gun.
4. Glue four pinecones inside the middle of each mason jar band. The pinecones should form a diamond shape.
5. Glue another layer of pinecones onto the ones secured in the previous step.
6. Place succulents into the middle of each pinecone pile.
7. Screw all three mason jars into the bands attached to the tray.
8. Fill the tray with pinecones.
9. Scatter acorn tops through the pinecones on the tray.
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