tiny woodland terrarium
The Rule of the Toadstool

Terrariums are a trendy way to grow and display your plants. Why not showcase some of your craft work in the same fashion? Designer Jessica created this tiny woodland terrarium that is as adorable as it is simple to make. Toadstools, fiddleheads, ferns and moss give this project an extra whimsical feel… Turn any space into a fairy paradise, as easy as 1-2-3!

Tools & Materials

Steps

  1. Gather the tools and materials listed above.
  2. Cut out the felt according to the pattern. Use tan embroidery floss to sew a tan felt mushroom base.
  3. Sew mushroom gills to the base of the mushroom as shown.
  4. Use sewing pins to secure the mushroom top to the base of the mushroom.

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Sources

We used Benzie Design’s felt in Strawberry, Blush, Moss, Seaside and White. For our embroidery floss, we used DMC’s pink (3832), light pink (225), and tan (945). As always, we love Copic Markers — for this project, we used Grayish Olive. Order a cloche easily from Amazon here.

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tiny felt terrarium

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