Last week I blogged about a handmade gift exchange that I attended and showcased all the items that my friends brought. Today I'm sharing the gift that I brought! I love making seasonal home decor items. It's so fun to bring out special handmade items with the changing of each season and holiday.
I made a simple butterfly terrarium in a mason jar. This craft is less than $5 to make, only requires 4 materials and can be made in 5 easy steps!
1. Artificial Feather Butterflies 2. Preserved Sheet Moss 3. Styrofoam Balls 3" White 4. Ball Mason Jars Wide-Mouth Can
Step 1 // Cut your 3" foam ball in half.
Step 2 // Cut a small piece of your sheet moss to the size of your foam ball.
Step 3 // Hot glue the moss all around the ball to conform to the ball and then hot glue the ball half to the mason jar lid.
Step 4 // Stick in your butterflies to the moss ball. My butterflies came attached to wire. I just pushed the wire right into the foam ball.
Step 5 // Stick your foam ball with butterflies into the jar and tighten the lid! It's that easy!!
I added these free printable tags to my terrariums to handout at the gift exchange.
To see past 6th Street DIY projects check out this Pinterest board.