Hi there! Very excited to have you here today.
Today, I am sharing a mason jar terrarium idea for you.
This little mason jar terrarium took me no time at all.
Let’s start with the basic necessities.
All my supplies were found at the Dollar tree.
plant of choice, I choice a mini rose that I had on hand and just dug one up with the roots in tact.
Twine, burlap bow (you can accessorize to your own liking)
First layer your jar as shown. Sand, soil, rock, plant, and moss
Accessorize. I even painted the lid with some chalky paint.
and there you have a cute mason jar terrarium. I recently shared with you how to make a burlap bow in less than one minute. There it is!
gift idea for Mom, sister, friend, Aunt, etc.
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How pretty Debbie 🙂 and I never knew they made purple jars.
Debbie, you DO some great things and this one is just so adorable! A mason jar terrarium is something I think my grandkids would like making too!
Have a sweet Sunday!
What a lovely idea, Debbie. Having a black thumb, I would LOVE some pretty succulents in a Mason Jar for Mother’s Day. Sharing!
Mary Beth|Cupcakes and Crinoline says
This is such a lovely idea, Debbie, and perfect for any Mother! pinning
I love all the sweet colors especially the blue. Gotta love a Mason Jar you can do so much with them. Great inspiration.
Diane | An Extraordinary Day says
Fabulous!! What a great favor gift it would make, too!
Have a blessed day Debbie!
That is a great idea Debbie, so cute and makes a great gift.
Lolly Jane says
Love planting fun things in mason jars, great use!!
Maryann @ Domestically Speaking says
Cute gift idea… love the touch the burlap bow adds!
I love this Debbie, so pretty!
Cute idea. Love the tinted Masonj.ars
Kathy @petticoatjunktion says
Debbie, This is so pretty. Love the burlap bow…and just everything!
lynn cockrell says
What a sweet idea using the canning jar for presenting the plant gift!
Mary @ Orphans With Makeup says
Cute idea. I love the use of coloured sand.
Debbie – this is so pretty!! I love how you layered the sand, soil, rocks – that makes the terrarium so interesting!! I’ll be making some of these for my deck dining area this summer!
Sandy Dean says
I absolutely LOVE this idea… Also, thank you for the quick tip for making the bow, I can do that!! Thank you!
I could’t find where to enter for the give away. Love your ideas.
You have to scroll all the way down Patty:) You will see the rafflecopter.
[email protected] says
Cute idea Debbie! I’ve done a mason jar terrarium before, but your idea of adding the colored sand takes it to a whole new level! Jane
Steph @ The Silly Pearl says
What a great way to give a mini rose plant! I love the colored sand and painted lid as well!
Christy m says
Lots of fun ideas. I loved the tinted jars. The purple ones are my favorite.
Such a cute idea! Love the bow:)
Hi Debbie…Love this idea. I’m going to do this for my three daughters for Mother’s Day.
That’s the cutest thing ever! Hugs and blessings, Cindy
Wow..The jars are so cool…I never knew I could grow a rose bush in a Mason Jar..Must try this…Thanks for sharing such a cool idea
Melissa Kostella says
I am a little crafty, but I still get a little unsure of myself. So, to get things right is there a specific amount of sand, rocks, and dirt that I put into the jar with the flower?