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Creator of Hardens of Wendiland Wendi Phan shows you how to make your own pedestal terrariums.
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Pedestal Terrariums - as part of the shopping series by GeoBeats.
These here are just so unique, they do not even have a category them. I just call them pedestal terrariums, as you see. What you see here are dried moss balls, a little billy ball, it is a dried flower. With some recycled glass marbles, here you see, and with the bottom weighing it down with some sand on the bottom, some volcanic sand. Now this one is sphere with an air plant inside, with two types of air plants inside. It is very beautiful by itself and they all together mimic a sci-fi, some sort of sci-fi architecture.
Right over here, you have something that looks like a microphone. It has little billy balls that I found at a farmers market and they are just so vibrant and lovely and they dry like this. The colors do not fade. Now these are just little pieces of algae balls. They are called moss balls or Marimos. They are lucky charms and they just roll around in the water and you can even poke at them once in awhile and they make little bubbles and they might even float on the top. They look great together or separate on it is own, but together, I think they make a really great conversation piece.