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Bunny Mason Jar Terrarium

 Transform your living space into a whimsical wonderland with the enchanting Bunny Mason Jar Terrarium. This delightful creation combines the charm of a traditional mason jar with the allure of a miniature garden, resulting in a captivating centerpiece that will surely captivate your guests. The transparent glass jar allows you to observe the intricate details of the terrarium, while the adorable bunny figurine adds a touch of playfulness to the overall design. With its lush greenery and delicate flowers, this terrarium brings a breath of fresh air into any room, creating a serene and tranquil atmosphere that is perfect for relaxation and contemplation. This unique piece of art is meticulously crafted to create a harmonious blend of natural elements and artistic expression. The carefully selected plants and mosses create a miniature landscape that transports you to a serene forest, while the bunny figurine adds a touch of whimsy and personality. Whether placed on a windowsill, coffee table, or as a centerpiece for a special occasion, this Bunny Mason Jar Terrarium is sure to spark conversations and inspire a sense of wonder in all who behold its enchanting beauty.

SUPPLIES NEEDED

  • Ceramic bunny (from Crafter’s Square painting set)
  • Waverly chalk paint – mineral color (I buy mine at Walmart)
  • Foam Pouncer
  • mason glass jar – a solid jar without imprinting or text works best (Dollar Tree or Craft Store)
  • Reindeer moss (Dollar Tree)
  • 3-4 Mini speckled foam Easter eggs (or any small eggs you have on hand) 
  • 1 sheet of scrapbook paper
  • Scissors
  • Pen or pencil for tracing
  • Twine

Start by painting the ceramic bunny any color you’d like. I personally like using chalk paints because of its matte finish and quick dry time. I recommend using the small side of a foam pouncer to get inside the nooks and crannies of the bunny and help create a textured finish.

  1. Set the bunny aside to dry.
  2. Fill the bottom of the glass jar with a small bunch of reindeer moss, creating a small nest.
  3. Add mini Easter eggs on top of the moss.
  4. Using the ring top to the jar, trace a circle onto scrapbook paper. Cut out the circle, and place it inside the mason jar ring. This will create a solid lid for your mason jar, that’s a bit more decorative than a plain silver canning lid.

  1. Once the ceramic bunny has dried, place it inside the jar.
  2. Finish the look by taking a piece of twine and wrapping it around the rim of the jar 4 times and tying it off with a simple bow.

TIP: Keep in mind that you can use any color and type paint that you want, especially if you want to match your bunny terrarium with a particular decor style.

Is this not the cutest bunny terrarium? It’s so simple that you could let your kids create one of their own!

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Sarah
Mar 11, 2024 01:54 PM
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THE PRINT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO READ

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