DIY It – Neon Footed Terrariums

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Sometimes two elements come together almost magically to make an awesome decor piece. Like the universe demanded they be together (melodrama much?). That’s how I feel about these fabulous neon footed terrariums. I originally made these terrarium bowls for a different project, but then my friend grabbed a few bags of neon pink and orange aquarium rocks for me on her recent trip to the pet store (she knows me too well!), and I knew just what to do with them.

DIY Neon Footed Terrariums using faux succulents and air plants - Hot Pink - Neon Orange - Turquoise and gold - Colorful Terrariums - DIY Terrariums - Quick Craft - DIY Gift

DIY Neon Footed Terrariums using faux succulents and air plants - Hot Pink - Neon Orange - Turquoise and gold - Colorful Terrariums - DIY Terrariums - Quick Craft - DIY Gift
DIY Neon Footed Terrariums using faux succulents and air plants - Hot Pink - Neon Orange - Turquoise and gold - Colorful Terrariums - DIY Terrariums - Quick Craft - DIY Gift
I think these would be great just about anywhere: on a shelf, on a desk at work, a kitchen counter, even in a bathroom.  They’re pretty versatile.

The Supplies:
DIY Neon Footed Terrariums using faux succulents and air plants - Hot Pink - Neon Orange - Turquoise and gold - Colorful Terrariums - DIY Terrariums - Quick Craft - DIY Gift

DIY Neon Footed Terrariums using faux succulents and air plants - Hot Pink - Neon Orange - Turquoise and gold - Colorful Terrariums - DIY Terrariums - Quick Craft - DIY Gift

Begin by painting the wood rounds in your choice of acrylic paint color and let them dry. Then, use your gold paint pen to paint the rim of the terrarium bowl.

DIY Neon Footed Terrariums using faux succulents and air plants - Hot Pink - Neon Orange - Turquoise and gold - Colorful Terrariums - DIY Terrariums - Quick Craft - DIY Gift

Next, use your glue to adhere the wood round to the bottom of the terrarium and let it cure overnight.

DIY Neon Footed Terrariums using faux succulents and air plants - Hot Pink - Neon Orange - Turquoise and gold - Colorful Terrariums - DIY Terrariums - Quick Craft - DIY Gift

 Not too difficult eh? Now, simply fill the terrarium 1/3 of the way with your aquarium gravel and a few colorful faux succulents or even real air plants.

DIY Neon Footed Terrariums using faux succulents and air plants - Hot Pink - Neon Orange - Turquoise and gold - Colorful Terrariums - DIY Terrariums - Quick Craft - DIY Gift

DIY Neon Footed Terrariums using faux succulents and air plants - Hot Pink - Neon Orange - Turquoise and gold - Colorful Terrariums - DIY Terrariums - Quick Craft - DIY Gift

Which color combo is your favorite? I’m partial to the hot pink and turquoise. Be sure to check back next week when I share where these neon lovelies are hanging out in my newly restyled built-ins.

DIY Neon Footed Terrariums using faux succulents and air plants - Hot Pink - Neon Orange - Turquoise and gold - Colorful Terrariums - DIY Terrariums - Quick Craft - DIY Gift
DIY Neon Footed Terrariums using faux succulents and air plants - Hot Pink - Neon Orange - Turquoise and gold - Colorful Terrariums - DIY Terrariums - Quick Craft - DIY Gift

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  1. Barbara

    May 25th, 2016 at 11:59 pm

    This is really awesome!! Sooo Nice! I prefer the pink and turquoise, but like both of them 🙂

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