DIY Winter Tree Terrarium

  I was gifted the items below by Oriental Trading in exchange for an honest review. No additional compensation was provided. As always, ...

 I was gifted the items below by Oriental Trading in exchange for an honest review. No additional compensation was provided. As always, any opinions are 100% my own.




I'm obsessed with sisal trees for the holidays. They are so pretty and literally can fit in regardless of what your style is because you can get them in so many colors. I wanted to make a sisal tree terrarium, so I was pumped to work with Oriental Trading to make the one below. Plus it was incredibly easy and took almost no time at all - but still looks amazing. Plus it can be kept up after Christmas until the entire winter season is over.


winter tree lantern terrarium 

what you need:

sisal trees in assorted sizes
craft snow
galvanized lantern
hot glue and gun

how to make it:

1. Lay out trees in lantern to determine preferred layout. Using hot glue, attach the trees to the base of the lantern.



2. Sprinkle snow across base of lantern until satisfied with coverage.



3. Close lantern door, and voila!





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10 comments

  1. This is such a fun and cute DIY! I have a lantern that we used in our wedding that we don't use for anything now, but I feel like I could do something similar and it would be perfect for Christmas!

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    1. This was literally so easy and I love the way it turned out!

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  2. This is SO cute- and simple and beautiful and perfect :) love love love!

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    1. Thank you! I love how it turned out so much.

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  3. Awesome and easy to do. Even I could do it.

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  4. I'm in love with this! I think I will go and purchase the materials to make one of my own.

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  5. This is such a cute idea!! You did a great job!

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