I wanted to share with you a terrarium project,
I made with some girlfriends.
I had to come up with a craft for a birthday party for my friend, Yuri.
I love gardening as you all know, so I thought why not a terrarium.
Its a very easy craft!
I found the globes at a Floral Supply Store.
We used 2 different kinds of moss.
I collected lots of succulents from our garden.
For the project you can use paint brushes, tweezers, old silverware and chopsticks
to place your plants with.
I found the little mushrooms at a craft store.
you can make your own with fimo clay.
We used paper plates to work on.
I placed the terrariums on a mason jar lid to be easier to work with.
They loved the project!
The birthday girl, Yuri,
was the first to finish!
I gave the birthday girl a Godiva treat!
Every girl loves chocolate!
Tami hosted the birthday party at her beautiful home.
Linda made the drinks, Virginia made a delicious mac and cheese.
Tami made appetizers and lunch. Mary made the birthday cake.
It was a wonderful party.
We always have fun celebrating birthdays in our group!
I found the perfect place to hang the terrarium.
Sunday was our son, Scott's birthday.
I can't believe he turned 31 years old,
where did the time go?
I made a German Chocolate cake.
Happy Birthday Scott!
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