To start off December I thought it would be the perfect time to bring in some snow and do-over my terrarium. You may remember my DIY Spooky Terrarium that I had so much fun creating for Halloween. I took the same terrarium, cleaned it out and changed the scenery.
To make my winter wonderland, I sprayed fake snow inside the terrarium and let it dry. This was the hardest part because the thicker sections of snow did not dry inside the terrarium. I ended up wiping out the wet parts on the bottom with a small piece of paper towel. As hard as I tried not to mark up the snow, somehow I had a few spots wipe off.
Once the snow dried I cut off the bottom of a white garbage bag and filled it with a cup or so of packing peanuts. I carefully arranged it at the bottom of the terrarium. I sprinkled the fake snow to cover the bag and make snow drifts. I then placed the trees and Rudolph among the snow.
white plastic garbage bag filled with packing peanuts
Snow covered trees
Rudolph and baby raccoons
I love spying Rudolph and the baby raccoons among the trees through the snow covered glass. I am now on the look out for the perfect miniature Santa Claus to add to the scene. If you see one, please let me know.
Henhurst Interiors says
I love it!
kayce hughes says
Joy Light says
Thanks for this fun and adorable idea, I’m going to try to make my own!