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brew new life into an old coffee pot
Having fond memories of my grandmother and her love for coffee and plants I made this coffee pot terrarium as a tribute to her. This project is a great way to reuse an old coffee pot and add a pop of color to any home or office. I used green air plants, moss because they are really easy to care for and the gemstone accessories give it a mystic touch!

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  • How to make a terrarium. Coffee Pot Air Plant Terrarium - Step 1
    Step 1

    Gather your supplies

  • How to make a terrarium. Coffee Pot Air Plant Terrarium - Step 2
    Step 2

    Fill your container with about an inch of sand. Then scatter some river rocks over the sand (I piled them on heavier in the back for added height).

  • How to make a terrarium. Coffee Pot Air Plant Terrarium - Step 3
    Step 3

    Place moss over the rocks in the background. I wanted a nice view of my plants so I placed them both in front, with the gemstones between them.

  • How to make a terrarium. Coffee Pot Air Plant Terrarium - Step 4
    Step 4

    Serve with a cup of coffee and a splash of milk ;)

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Steph.
Steph. · Reading, England, GB · 212 projects
That's so good!!!! Love it so much Happy xx
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Mochi Mochi
Mochi Mochi · Irwindale, California, US · 79 projects
I love what you have done with this teapot. Happy
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