The Perfect Fall Coffee Table Accent is this Dried Floral Terrarium
Give me all the dried flower craft projects! I’m obsessed with how many beautiful projects you can make with dried flowers–wreaths, floral arrangements, garland and DIY dried floral terrarium. Of course! One of my favorite stores I love to go to to gather inspiration is Terrain, and they had so many beautiful home accent pieces that had dried floral branches. Such a big trend this year and I’ve done a few DIY dried floral projects:
- Dried Floral Arrangement
- DIY Pampas Chandelier
- Pumpkin Succulent Flower Centerpiece
- Modern Harvest Wreaths
This DIY dried floral terrarium is such a cute similar way to add some visual accents to a coffee table to shelf decor. They are really easy to make and takes just a few minutes. I love terrariums! They are so fun and a great way to get children involved. Here are a few DIY terrariums:
DIY Dried Floral Terrarium
- glass cloche
- assorted dried flowers
- floral dried foam
As you can see the instructions are super easy! Purchase a really cute glass cloche. Mine is from HM Home, but unfortunately they don’t carry it online only in the stores. I’m linking some below but you can always check out Home Goods for options. Then gather a few different dried flowers. I cut individual stems down and randomly stuck them in a cut-to-size floral foam. I did three stems per each kind. Make sure the stems are short enough that you can cover with the glass. Then add some moss to the bottom to hide the floral foam, and you are done! Simple and enjoyable!
I added these to our coffee table for our fall decorations. You can see the full Fall Decor post here.
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