Create a beautiful dried flower terrarium with an upcycled wine glass and a few simple steps. It’s an easy way to bring nature inside to enjoy flowers all year long. We’ll show you how to make your own!
DIY Dried Flower Terrarium Craft
These unique and creative wine glass terrariums are not only beautiful but also sustainable, as they repurpose old wine glasses. Add your favorite dried flowers for a burst of color and texture to your home.
What makes this idea even more captivating is the endless possibilities for personalization. You can choose from an array of dried flowers, such as lavender, rose petals, or even eucalyptus leaves.
The great thing about these upcycled wine glass terrariums with dried flowers is that they require minimal maintenance. The flowers will maintain their vibrant colors indefinitely without requiring any watering. You can’t beat that!
And if you want to learn how we get these beautiful dried florals for crafting, check out our post on drying flowers (roses) using silica crystals.
So let’s get to this super simple DIY tutorial so you can make your own beautiful dried flower terrarium. And if you want to receive a ton of inspiration and money saving ideas for decorating, gift-giving and crafting…join HERE!
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- Dried flowers
- Wine glass (you can find assorted shapes and sizes at any local thrift store)
- Hot glue gun
How to Make an Upcycled Wine Glass Terrarium with Dried Flowers
Here is a step-by-step video of this wine glass terrarium we made on our Facebook page! Or if you prefer the photo tutorial, continue reading below.
Start by tracing the rim of the wine glass on a piece of cardboard and carefully cutting it out.
Add hot glue onto the cut piece of cardboard and add moss to cover. Next, layer a few dried flowers overtop of the moss.
Once you’re happy with how the flowers look, place the wine glass over top of the flowers.
Hot glue the wine glass onto the cardboard to hold in place and then add twine to the bottom of the wine glass to cover the cut edges of the cardboard.
You can also add flowers or a candle on the top.
We hope you are inspired to make your own dried flower terrarium. Let us know in the comments below if you make your own!
More Crafts to Make with Dried Flowers
There are even more dried flower crafts to inspire you! Just check out these gorgeous crafts to make and enjoy at home:
- Dried Flower Shadow Box
- Reverse Canvas Craft with Dried Lavender
- Dried Rose Petal Serving Tray
- Mini Jar Lid Wreath using Dried Flowers
- Crafting Art with Beautiful Dried Flowers
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Upcycled Wine Glass Terrarium with Dried Flowers
- Dried flowers
- Wine glass
- Hot glue
- Start by tracing the rim of the wine glass on a piece of cardboard and carefully cutting it out.
- Add hot glue onto the cut piece of cardboard and add moss to cover.
- Next, layer a few dried flowers overtop of the moss.
- Once you’re happy with how the flowers look, place the wine glass over top of the flowers.
- Hot glue the wine glass onto the cardboard to hold in place.
- Add twine to the bottom of the wine glass.