You will never look at your old coffee pot again. This is the ultimate upcycle and this Terrarium Coffee Pot looks amazing!
Succulents are brilliant for just so many reasons. They need very little maintenance and water and they can be planted in all sorts of items. Some of our most popular projects have had succulents at the center. The Succulent Ball and the Bird Cage Succulent Planter immediately spring to mind!
If you think outside the square, you’ll come up with loads of ideas. This is certainly one of the more interesting and unique Projects we’ve seen and it’s genius in its simplicity.
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We love this Coffee Pot Terrarium and you will be eager to make your very own! Imagine this sitting on the sideboard in your kitchen or lounge.
It will look great in a favorite space and you can use real or faux plants. This is the ideal project for those that consider themselves more of a brown thumb than a green thumb as succulents are almost impossible to mess up.
Here’s another fabulous idea, look what you can do with your Coffee Plunger! This is so creative and again, super easy to recreate. We found this on Tumblr by the extremely creative Level One Team, Terrarium and photography by Zik
Everything is so much better when it’s miniature! As long as you have something clear, you can create all sorts of gorgeous pieces. Don’t you just adore that teeny tiny coffee cup! We found this cutie on Tumblr here and we can’t wait to make our own!
Looking for another gorgeous way to display your Terrarium? How about a Teapot! What an awesome gift this would make. We found the one below for sale on Etsy
As you can see you only need a few basic items to make your own Terrarium Coffee Pot. The base of the Terrarium has a layer of rocks and you could use faux or real plants for this project. Here’s what you need to create your own.
How To Make A Terrarium Coffee Pot -:
- Glass Coffee Pot of Your Choice
- Faux or Real Air plants
- White sand
- Moss (bright works best)
- River rocks/aquarium rocks
- Gemstones (shells, or miniatures – it’s up to you!)
We have also included this super cute video above that shows you how to make 3 other projects quickly and easily. Click Play to view above ⇑ If you’d like to see how to properly create a terrarium from the base up – check out our very popular Terrarium Ideas post. You can view all the ideas here
Learn how to make an awesome Gumball Terrarium using Clay Pots. View Here