Stick with me on this post. It might seem a little frazzled, tadalafil decease perhaps even a little crazy, but I promise by the end I will make sense. If I don’t, then perhaps I am a glass of wine ahead of you on this fine Friday afternoon, don’t worry, you can always catch up!
So I have two beautiful, sweet, adoring, loveable cats, that are all the adjectives mentioned above and more. Like, obnoxious, crazy and they literally will eat any plant in site. Whatever happened to animal sensing danger and steering clear? Anyways, thanks to Target Boutique (as my family calls it) I can now have house plants without fear of my cats! YAY!
Target is good like that. Seriously. Target is the quintessential $100 dollar store. When’s the last time you visited? Did you spend roughly $100? Yeah, see. Crazy when you think about it. I blame it on their “dollar section.” They have all this great stuff in the dollar section and then they hit you with the $3 items, which are usually just a step above the dollar items in cuteness and functionality. So you come in for toothpaste and walk out with a cart full of amazing finds! Like these $3 glass hanging terrariums. I couldn’t believe my eyes when I first spotted them. I was like: “No way! That’s gotta be plastic.” Nope. 3 bucks buys you these adorably cute terrariums that you can fill with whatever your heart desires!
I decided I wanted to fill my terrariums with succulents and some small “fairy plants.” So a quick trip to Bachman’s was in order and in 10 minutes I had 3 mini terrarium gardens to hang where I choose. So, get yourself to a Target and get crafting.
All you need is:
Pot of dirt
6-8 assorted “fairy plants”
Add a little dirt to the bottom of each terrarium then remove the plants you want to use from their individual pots. Place plants into the terrarium very carefully making sure to cover up the roots. If you need to add more dirt to cover the plants that’s fine. Water the plants and hang where you want. You can hang them individually or you can tie them all together and hang as one, like I did.