Christmas Terrariums are an easy and beautiful way to decorate for the holiday season and all winter long!
Sometimes the easiest decorating projects come from things you already have around the house. Christmas terrariums are an easy way to bring Christmas into your house without spending a lot of money.
Today I’m sharing with you 12 Easy Christmas Terrariums that you can make for your home this season. Maybe you even have some of these items in your house already!
Decorating with Christmas Terrariums
Here’s what our Christmas table looked like last year. I love everything about this. When I took the photo I was a little upset because I couldn’t get a blog post done in time to share the photo, but time goes quickly and here we are again getting ready for Christmas.
How to Make Christmas Terrariums
Most of the time you can purchase everything you need to make Christmas Terrariums at your local dollar store or craft store.
I made a few terrariums one year using old canning jars and epsom salt because I couldn’t find any fake snow at the time. Epsom salt works great! Then just look around your house for different sized glasses, jars or old candle holders and get creative!
Christmas Terrarium Ideas
Old Mason Jar Terrarium From The Lemonista.
I love this idea. A jar made into an ornament to hang on the tree.
I have a collection of old blue canning jars. This idea was also found from 12th and White. These would look pretty sitting on a windowsill with the sunlight hitting the jars.
Another beautiful idea from Ashley Ann Photography
Look at the different arrangements and different sized jars here. Such a creative idea from A Bit of Sunshine.
How pretty is this idea from Sugar City Journal using a trifle bowl.
Another fun idea found on Kate’s Place.
These terrariums from Pink Pistachio have white Christmas lights in them hidden in the snow.
You can even turn them into ornaments. This idea is from Simply Ciani.